By Jamal Abdi
As with the many crises Joe Biden inherited when he took his oath on the Capitol steps, his predecessor’s disastrous policy towards Iran and the resultant nuclear standoff will require swift action at the new administration’s onset. The window of opportunity for the new President to stem the bleeding from Trump’s abrogation of the Iran nuclear deal and get back to the negotiating table may only be open for a matter of weeks.
In August, Iran’s outgoing administration—which staked the political future of moderates and reformists on the promise that a successful nuclear deal with the West would usher in an improved economy and open opportunities for domestic reforms—will leave office.
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