“Why Trump must keep pressure on Iran”
Dr. Ahmed Al Hamli, President & Founder of TRENDS Research & Advisory, has written an article on “Why Trump must keep pressure on Iran” which featured on The Washington Times:
In the weeks since President Trump made global headlines with his announcement that the U.S. would no longer participate in the Iran nuclear deal, international attention has shifted to new priorities. It is easy to miss the fact that the U.S. has started taking key steps to ramp up economic pressure on the Iranian regime, including imposing new sanctions just last week.
These developments are important signals not just to Iran, but to the entire Middle East and international community who are closely watching America’s approach. If this economic pressure is increased, the U.S. has the potential to more effectively combat the Iranian regime’s destabilization of the region.
Read the full article here: https://www.washingtontimes.
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