Published: Fri, August 11, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

U.S. says Iran not in compliance with nuclear deal

U.S. says Iran not in compliance with nuclear deal

Iran is paying close attention to the untested dynamics of a new world order in which the Patton-admiring President of the United States vacillates in a love-disappointment relationship with China, has nary a bad word to say about the Kremlin, comes to loggerheads with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and may or may not call quits on the Iran nuclear deal.

Matt Levitt of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy said he believes North Korean progress may lead Iran to try to become the next nuclear power.

Trump didn't elaborate further on how Iran was not in compliance. "Iran's breaking its obligation on missile testing tells us we can't trust them".

Araqchi's comments, which described U.S. recent behavior as "acts of terror" and "adventurism" in the region, came as the Iranian Parliament is set to vote on a motion which incorporates a host of retaliatory measures against the United States. And this observation isn't happening in a vacuum, as Iran, North Korea and the rest of their friends take notes on how their axis can hoodwink our allies. The sanctions were mainly targeted at Iran's missile capability.

However, Iran will also see great benefit in the USA being forced to turn its focus away from the Middle East. Iran can use this breathing room to make hay in the Middle East. It may also use this opportunity to finally cement its "road to the sea" as more than just an idea, but as a concrete reality. "North Korea was helping Iran, but now Iran is helping North Korea with technology for inter-continental ballistic missiles".

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"If there is true suspicion of Iranian cheating or violating the accord, then the US should increase inspections", said Nader.

The Trump administration has now twice issued certification of Iranian compliance to Congress.

The motion comes in response to the United States violations of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran's nuclear energy program and Washington's new sanctions against 's missile activities, the latest round of which was adopted last month.

The war of words between the U.S. and North Korea is being watched all over the world, but of all the nations purportedly without a horse in the race, it may be Iran that is the most interested.

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