How Trump Can Get Tough on Iran

Posted September 15, 2017

The U.S. government is continuing to develop its policy on Iran and will consider the wider threat it poses beyond its nuclear capabilities, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Thursday.

"The Iran deal is one of the worst deals I've ever seen, certainly at a minimum the spirit of the deal is atrociously kept", Trump said aboard Air Force One.

Iran, with its young population, "could be won over to a new way of thinking", Johnson said, adding that he has pushed that argument with Tillerson and other Americans.

Tehran says it plans to adhere to the nuclear deal regardless of any probable United States decision to withdraw from the agreement.

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Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, before a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing entitled.

Citing confidentiality requirements, he also would not say, in response to a question, whether any of those "many" access visits had been to military sites. Trump even indicated he would be over-ruling Tillerson if he de-certified Iranian compliance in July interview with The Wall Street Journal.

Speaking to reporters in Vienna, Amano stressed that that principle "applies to all countries, including Iran".

"Iran must believe that if the US pursues an immediate global sanctions embargo, the timeline of regime instability and economic collapse could be faster than nuclear 'breakout, '" it said.

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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the 71st session of United Nations General Assembly at the UN headquarters in NY on September 22, 2016.

"During all the years since the [1979] Islamic Revolution, the West has never been kind to Iranian people, so what they did was not unexpected", said Velayati, an advisor to Leader of the Islaimc Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.

"Iran is subject to the world's most robust nuclear verification regime". Another prominent neoconservative and opponent of the Iran deal, former United Nations ambassador John Bolton, opted to publish his own policy memo last month after acknowledging that he no longer had access to the Oval Office. "It should be rigorously implemented as it is now", the French envoy to the US Gérard Araud tweeted on Tuesday. And you will see what we'll be doing in October.

"I think the Iranians, many of us have talked with them in different venues since the agreement, and they certainly follow what happens here quite closely". Current U.S. President Donald Trump has criticized the deal but not moved to withdraw the U.S. from it.

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Albright and Heinonen suggest that Iran may be in violation of some of these restrictions, and they argue that the IAEA should inspect Iranian military sites as a regular part of enforcing this part of the agreement, not treat such inspections as special cases used only in response to evidence of a specific violation.