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US WITHDRAWAL FROM JCPOA
Iran nuclear deal is 'dead', claims Biden
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Germany, France, UK and US share 'concern' over Iran nuclear activity
The leaders of Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States shared their "grave and growing concern" over Iran's nuclear programme on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Rome.
France urges Iran to avoid nuclear escalation ahead of talks
Washington and Tehran said they would take part in indirect talks in Vienna next week, nearly three years after President Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal.
EU has role in salvaging Iran deal, says Tehran UN envoy
"There are specific roles in that the EU can play and should play," says Tehran's United Nations Ambassador, Majid Takht-Ravanchi.
Hossein Dehghani: The lost balance of the Iran Nuclear Deal and Iran’s “strategic patience” ǀ View
The nuclear deal is a major EU foreign policy achievement, and I am inclined to believe that the EU – the EU triumvirate in particular - is in a good place to maintain the existing frail balance on the multi and bilateral front by standing against the latest US offensive on the JCPOA.
How could Iran respond to the US drone strike?
A US airstrike on Iranian military leader Qassim Soleimani has brought the Middle East closer to conflict, as Iran narrows the scope of its possible responses to the assassination of a national hero.
By not siding with its allies in the US, Europe is fast making Iran its problem ǀ View
Of the foreign policy issues confronting Brussels, none is more pressing - or carries the same explosive threat - as that of Iran and the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed in July 2015.
Europe should recall its commitment to the Iran Deal ǀ View
Now, the question is, can the remaining parties to the JCPOA - in practice, the so-called E3 powers (Germany, France and the UK) - trigger the “snapback” mechanism is response to Iran's reaction? The answer - which Europe and hawks in Washington should bear in mind - is a simple “no”.