Trump’s Sanctions Will Hurt the Wrong People in Iran August 10, 2018 Jamal AbdiSina Toossi The reality is that Trump’s pressure campaign weakens those within Iran who seek more conciliatory foreign relations and a more open political and social domestic landscape. It also empowers Tehran’s most reactionary forces.
Risks Rise As US Reimposes Sanctions on Iran August 7, 2018 Ryan Costello This week, a set of Iran sanctions previously lifted under the Iran nuclear deal will snap back into effect as part of President Trump’s complete violation of the accord.
Memo: Consequences of Sanctions Snapback on Iran August 6, 2018 NIAC Staff Because such U.S. sanctions primarily target foreign parties transacting or otherwise dealing with Iran, the Trump administration will be actively undermining efforts by the international community to act consistent with the JCPOA and ensure its survivability.
NIAC Statement on Recent Demonstrations in Iran August 2, 2018 NIAC “Ultimately, like any other country, it is up to Iranians living in Iran to decide their country’s destiny. Outside countries or interests who seek to exploit the legitimate grievances of Iranians in order advance their own ulterior agendas only undermine the will of the Iranian people. As outside observers, we ...