Search: JCPOA,Saudi Arabia,Iran (3 materials)

The Biden Administration and Iran Nuclear Deal: More Constraints than Possibilities

... have often pointed out the injustice of their non-participation in the JCPOA. For them, this is a sign that their interests are not represented in a global deal that directly affects regional security. Alexander Kozintsev: Political Transformations in Iran: How to Keep up with the Times The Middle Eastern allies of the USA Major regional players, such as Saudi Arabia or Israel, will be wary of the Biden administration’s first actions regarding the return of the United States to the JCPOA and the sanctions relief. The Israelis are openly against the deal concluded under Barack Obama. Given that J. Biden is well acquainted with both Israeli politicians and American lobbyists for Israel, and being a frequent guest of AIPAC conferences,...

03.12.2020

America’s Role in the Saudi-Iran Fault Line

... differences in policy, that combination was very impactful. The Trump administration entered office at a time when there was a whirl of change in the region. The immediate post-popular uprisings phase had played out. Crucially there was new leadership in Saudi Arabia, finding its feet, still deciding on its direction. There was uncertainty in the region following the JCPOA nuclear deal, questions of where American-Iranian relations would go. And there was a sense of game on, that everything was up for grabs. The Obama administration seemed to have been encouraging a gradual move towards a balance of power in the region, and the new Trump administration took a fundamentally ...

06.03.2020

Russia – GCC Relations After the Signing of the JCPOA with Iran

... Yemen (the latter of which have a debatable relationship with Iran), these developments across the Arabian Peninsula have caused Saudi Arabia to adopt a new, comprehensive strategy as a countermeasure, accelerated by changes at the top of the Saudi power structure. EPA Abdolrasool Divsallar: Judging the Effects: The Shaping Iranian Perspective on JCPOA and Trump's Options Saudi-US relations have also changed notably. Riyadh has come to view the US as sometimes being an unreliable ...

15.03.2017

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