“US-Iran relations have been strained for decades but had begun to improve after the conclusion of a multilateral 2015 nuclear agreement. The Trump administration's decisions to quit that agreement unilaterally and to place a total embargo on Iran's oil exports have exacerbated old differences and provoked new crises that are further destabilizing one of the most conflict-ridden areas in the world. How did this happen and how can the situation change for the better?” —Barbara Slavin
Barbara Slavin, Director of the Future of Iran Initiative at the Atlantic Council
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