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President Donald Trump’s administration announced on Monday it would reinstate sanctions on Tehran after it withdrew from the Iran deal.
Iran has responded with military threats, but backed it up with very little real action.
Iran’s economy is tanking for a number of reasons.
The sanctions from Trump in August, and again in November, could seriously rock the Islamic Republic, which is already seeing massive protests.
Iran has its back against a wall and faces economic or military defeat by the US or a humiliating summit with Trump.
An expert told Business Insider that Iran could negotiate with the US through Russia to save face.
President Donald Trump’s administration announced on Monday it would reinstate sanctions Tehran after it withdrew from the Iran deal — and the Islamic Republic has made no shortage of vitriolic threats about what it might do in response.
At the stroke of midnight on Tuesday, the US will sanction Iran’s central bank, sending a clear message to its European allies: Do business with the US, or do it with Iran, but not both.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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