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The development of the art of breaking

Nuance is notoriously absent in what can only be described as a unilateral hard exit. All suspended United States sanctions against Iran will be reinstated, and harsh additional ones will be imposed.

  1. Regime change It will not open the path toward regime change.
  2. Diplomats in Brussels told Asia Times that the EU is already devising a complex mechanism to protect European companies doing business in Iran. This included the fact that the Gulf Cooperation Council, or GCC, could be put out of the oil business within hours, with dire consequences for the global economy.
  3. To start with, strategically, Washington is isolated.

Facts appear to be irrelevant, though. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, who has the last word, repeatedly stressed these are un-Islamic. Regime change It will not open the path toward regime change.

On the contrary, Iran hardliners, clerical and otherwise, are already capitalizing on their interpretation from the beginning — Washington cannot be trusted. And it will not open the path toward all-out war. This included the fact that the Gulf Cooperation Council, or GCC, could be put out of the oil business within hours, with dire consequences for the global economy.

Immediately before the announcement, he had already said: Still, the key question now is how, in an interlinked global economy, European banks will be able to manage trade facilitation.

The Art of Breaking

Diplomats in Brussels told Asia Times that the EU is already devising a complex mechanism to protect European companies doing business in Iran. This is something that has been discussed between Iranian and the EU3 diplomats. The perception in Pyongyang — not to mention Beijing and Moscow — will be inevitable — the US can not be trusted. For all its faults, the JCPOA remains a complex, painstakingly designed multilateral agreement, which took 12 years of diplomacy to broker, and was sanctioned by the UN.

Key hub The geopolitical consequences are massive. To start with, strategically, Washington is isolated. As Iran is a key hub of the ongoing Eurasia integration process, the trade-investment partnership with both Moscow and Beijing will be even stronger as Asia Times has reported.

The art of breaking a deal

In parallel, it is no secret the US establishment never got over the 1979 Islamic revolution. The privileged roadmap in the Beltway remains regime change. And that meant stopping to Iran from becoming the leading power in Southwest Asia. Predictably, we are back to the late Dr. Persians, though, happen to know a thing or two about chess.