Will again waive sanctions against Iran that were lifted as part of the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, the White House said Friday

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Sanctions Could Derail Boeing Deal With Iran Airlines

- weeklystandard.com
12 Jan 2018
The Weekly Standard 2018 Washington, DC Politics 2018-01-12 2018-01-12T12:08 2018-01-12T12:08 Sanctions Could Derail Boeing Deal With Iran Airlines As the deadline draws closer for the Trump administration to decide whether or not to certify Iranian compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal and another decision on sanctions, U.S. aerospace giant Boeing will be watching with ...

Trump Keeps Iran Nuclear Deal But Still Wants Changes

12 Jan 2018
One of the more curious arguments made by supporters of the deal is that Iran will not race to build nuclear weapons once the JCPOA restrictions expire in a few years because Iran is a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Not only is that a self-refuting argument, because the JCPOA would be unnecessary if Iran honored agreements like the Nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
- thenewright.news

Trump to keep Iran deal in place

- hotair.com
12 Jan 2018
Trump's top national security advisers met with him Thursday at the White House. Announcement of the decision was expected later Friday. If those sanctions are reimposed, the United States would automatically violate the deal brokered by Trump's predecessor that lifted the sanctions in exchange for a rollback of Iran's nuclear development program.

Trump to extend Iran sanctions relief granted under nuclear deal Business Standard

12 Jan 2018
While Trump approved a sanctions waiver, he also decided to impose new, targeted sanctions on Iran, the person said. Two senior Trump administration officials told Reuters on Wednesday that the president, a Republican, had privately expressed reluctance to heed the advice of top advisers recommending he not reimpose the suspended sanctions. Trump has argued that his ...
- business-standard.com

Trump waives Iran nuclear sanctions

- aljazeera.com
12 Jan 2018
The 2015 Iran nuclear deal was struck between the US under the administration of former President Barack Obama, Iran and five other countries. It prevents Iran from developing nuclear weapons while offering sanctions relief to allow the Islamic Republic to participate in international commerce and banking.

Trump pressures U S and world leaders to fix Iran nuclear deal or else Shark Tank

12 Jan 2018
"The deeply flawed Obama 'Iran deal' should not be a grant of immunity to Iran from sanctions related to non-nuclear activities. Should the President choose to remain in the Iran nuclear deal, he should also impose new sanctions against elements of the Iranian government, including the Central Bank of Iran and other Iranian banks, that are involved in or facilitating the ...
- shark-tank.com

US waives Iran nuclear sanctions

- middleeasteye.net
12 Jan 2018
A decision to withhold a waiver would have effectively ended the deal that limits Iran's nuclear program. The 2015 agreement between the United States and Iran also was signed by China, France, Russia, Britain, Germany and the European Union, and these countries would have been unlikely to join the United States in reimposing sanctions.

Iran's protests reinforce the case for keeping the nuclear deal

12 Jan 2018
Today, President Trump is expected to yield to pressure, both from within his administration and from allies abroad, to once more extend sanctions relief to Iran as part of the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic. The White House will announce its move following a meeting between Trump, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis.
- washingtonpost.com

Ignore the Iran Deal 'fixers' and just kill

- thehill.com
12 Jan 2018
A furious effort is underway this week by supposed Iran deal opponents in the Trump administration and Congress to convince President Trump Donald John Trump House Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for 'serious case of amnesia' after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper ...

Sanctions Could Derail Boeing Deal With Iran Airlines

12 Jan 2018
As the deadline draws closer for the Trump administration to decide whether or not to certify Iranian compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal and another decision on sanctions, U.S. aerospace giant Boeing will be watching with extreme interest. The outcome has the potential to scuttle a pair of multibillion dollar deals with Iran Air and Iran Aseman Airlines for the purchase ...
- route.overnewser.com

White House, Congress Scramble to Save Iran Nuclear Deal in Face of Opposition

- freebeacon.com
12 Jan 2018
"Congress' main goal currently is to fix the key flaws of the Iran nuclear deal; to that end, I'm drafting legislation to do so and, as we work on this matter, we must be dedicated to permanently preventing, not just delaying, Iran from becoming a nuclear weapons state," Roskam said, criticizing what he described as weaker efforts being pushed by his colleagues.

Trump Tentatively Expected to Keep Nuclear Deal, but Iran Issues Threats Anyway

12 Jan 2018
The BBC also quoted Mogherini as saying the agreement has been "delivering on its main goal." No doubt this view is reinforced by the IAEA's determinations that Iran has been maintaining the agreed-upon restrictions, although many critics of the deal have responded to such claims by highlighting nuclear inspectors' lack of access to Iranian military sites. In any event, ...
- irannewsupdate.com

Trump Keeps U S in Iran Nuclear Deal But Adds New Sanctions

- bloomberg.com
12 Jan 2018
Specifically, Trump had until Friday to decide whether to continue waiving 2012 sanctions that cut off Iran's central bank from the global financial system, with a host of other, similar deadlines following over the next week. Letting the waivers lapse would have violated the 2015 agreement that Iran reached with world powers in exchange for curbing its nuclear program.

Comments by Moniz, Graphics, Videos and Analysis

12 Jan 2018
Materials include an op-ed and commentary by NTI Chairman and CEO former Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, the principal negotiator of the final Iran deal nuclear provisions. In cooperation with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, NTI also has developed a video update of the Iran deal, as well as a library of information related to Iran's nuclear program. ...
- nti.org

Iran nuclear deal survives, Trump will waive sanctions

- timesofisrael.com
12 Jan 2018
Trump has particularly bristled at having to give Iran a "thumbs up" every few months by acknowledging that it is meeting its nuclear requirements, which should allow it to invest in foreign banks, sell petroleum overseas, buy US and European aircraft, and so forth.

Trump can kill that Iran nuclear deal he hates so much Here's why he probably won't

12 Jan 2018
Decertification, meaning the U.S. no longer believes Iran is complying with the deal's terms, is not the same thing as the U.S. ending the JCPOA, and the other partner countries could still honour it. More than anything, Sick views decertification as a bit of political gamesmanship.
- cbc.ca
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