US Credibility in the Middle East and the Nuclear Deal with Iran

US Credibility in the Middle East and the Nuclear Deal with Iran

Author/s (editor/s):

Srinjoy Bose, Firouzeh Khoshnoudiparast

Publication year:

2015

Publication type:

Journal article

US credibility is critical to achieve a nuclear deal with Iran. The Framework Agreement (also referred to as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) on nuclear non-proliferation between Iran and the P5+1 (Britain, China, France, Russia, the US, and Germany) is a key stepping stone toward achieving Comprehensive Agreement. The survival of the Framework Agreementand certainly its progress however, depends on the US administration’s credibility, both regionally and domestically.

For the full article on US credibility in the Middle East and the nuclear deal with Iran by Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy PhD Candidate Srinjoy Bose and Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies PhD Candidate Firouzeh Khoshnoudiparast.

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