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Europe triggers dispute process over Iran’s failure to uphold nuclear deal

In The News, 14 January 2020
“The only reason there was a bit of hesitation about this was the uncertainty and risk that the JCPOA will collapse as a consequence,” she said. “It’s been part of Iran’s strategy since May 2019. What Iran did was seen from their point of view as an olive branch,” in a reference to Iran not immediately removing all its enriching restrictions when it began violating the JCPoA last summer as it sought a European workaround from US sanctions.

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Dr Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Research Fellow

Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi is a Research Fellow at RUSI and a Visiting Fellow at War Studies, King's College London. Her research is... read more