Search: JCPOA,Sanctions,China (6 materials)

USA vs. JCPOA: How Can Russia and China Respond?

... respect to the conventional arms activities of Iran”) imposing sanctions on any individual or legal entity engaged in the supply, sale or transfer of conventional weapons and their components to Tehran. The document allows the United States to impose sanctions on any state involved in the arms trade with Iran. The US approach is not shared by other participants in the JCPOA, in particular, Russia and China, which regard the Iranian arms market as rather promising. Dmitriy Kiku, Ivan Timofeev: US Left Isolated, Iran Nuclear Deal Under Threat: What Will Crisis Over Iran in UN Security Council Lead to? The expiration of a five-year embargo on the supply ...


The Importance of Ending the Arms Embargo: What Is Iran's Plan?

... behavior can put the international community against it. Iran is also aware that Trump's main goal is to force it to withdraw from JCPOA (in reaction to a possible extension of arms embargo), in order to put various powers, like Russia and China, on its side, against Iran. With this in mind, Iran is unlikely to engage in radical behavior, even if the embargo is extended. While financing new arms purchases in the face of declining oil revenues due to sanctions and the global coronavirus clampdown seems difficult, Iran's experience in circumventing sanctions and advancing its ...


Asia Under Fire of US Sanctions

... avoiding isolation and focusing on multilateral diplomacy, the more so as the United States has made its sanctions policy much more unilateral in recent years. Washington will find it more difficult to persuade its allies and partners to help it to contain China One of the most glaring examples is Washington’s withdrawal from the JCPOA and its efforts to make the international business community abide by US sanctions. This policy tends to cause dissatisfaction with the United States among both rivals and allies. The extraterritorial sanctions are hitting European businesses hard. They have also affected the interests of such countries as Japan, India, and ...


Meng Wanzhou Case: The USA Is Dismantling Its Own Empire

... sentiments. Igor Ivanov: Road to Nowhere The US-Canadian legal expedition into this wilderness will create many nasty outcomes: (A) China will surely retaliate, arresting high-ranking US business nationals. (B) Other nations — not only China or Russia, but ... ... to a few weeks, months — mostly a few short years — until the next Twit. Example1 : Iran enters into a written done deal JCPOA with the USA. The next president simply annuls it. This is not just about the current administration — it’s a feature ...


Iran’s Presence in Syria: Is It There for the Long Haul?

... to use national currencies in mutual payments due to the United States reinstating sanctions against Iran. The Minister mentioned cooperation in several areas, such as... ... Syria, for which Iran has no money. Tehran is forced to act with regard to Russia and China’s support, given the unwillingness of European investors to invest in post-war... ... companies in communications control. *** Despite the critical situation surrounding the JCPOA, which further deepens Iran’s domestic political crisis, Tehran is still determined...


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    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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