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This would also provide a response to Iranian citizens and their everyday frustration regarding the JCPOA having hijacked their country’s foreign policy for too long a
It is also a signal of painful, but real readiness to break the long-established auto-pilot mode of operation in transatlantic relations.
Joining Mogherini in boycotting the summit, Russia, Turkey, Qatar, Palestine, Iraq and Lebanon also declined to participate, further highlighting the fallacy of Iran’s supposed international isolation.
The Union has launched countermeasures contained in the so-called EU ‘Blocking Statute’ of summer 2018.
How will Trump’s unilateralism affect the balance of power in Iranian politics?