Iran Warns US Over Potential Terror Designation of Its Guards

AP News in Brief at 12:04 am EDT

AP News in Brief at 12:04 am EDT

Experts also say past attempts by the USA to play tough with the Revolutionary Guards have only strengthened it in Iran, and Trump risks further escalating tensions with the country as he mulls a move to "decertify" the Iran nuclear deal. Facing a legislative calendar already crowded with must-pass bills, and mid-term elections on the horizon, it's hard to see how Congress could act on sanctions even if they wanted to. There's reason to believe he will seek to dismiss the deal, just as he has tried-unsuccessfully-to end Obamacare.

The Iranian nuclear deal, backed by European countries, China and Russian Federation, lifted broad worldwide sanctions over Iran's nuclear programme that had been tightened during the Obama years and had caused severe damage to Iran's economy.

Iran has said if the deal is violated, the country will cease to comply with it and start enriching uranium above the level authorized by the deal.

Furthermore, many of these countries might support United Nations resolutions in the near term against ballistic missile testing and Iranian terrorism, even if they are not ready to scrap the deal. It was ratified a few months later. The other side is Iran.

The US president has to report regularly to Congress on the state of the deal.

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Also, in contrast to North Korea which is suspected of possessing nuclear weapons and had engaged in a long volley of abuses with Trump himself, Iran doesn't have a nuclear weapon. The deal addressed an important concern.

Gabriel called the accord a "great diplomatic success", saying it had prevented Iran from developing nuclear weapons and headed off a military conflict between Iran and Israel.

Donald Trump has once again, on Thursday, accused Iran of failing to act in keeping with the worldwide nuclear deal. In last two years, European Union and SC relented on some curbs. However, the alternative to stopping Iran from having the nuclear bomb is a USA military strike on Iran's nuclear and missile infrastructure. But it refused inspections from worldwide officials at its nuclear research installations. She described Iran nuclear deal as a "good example" of how to solve something peacefully through dialogue. It will only make it harder because our allies won't trust our word and Iran will point that out at every turn. The way the Iran Deal is set up, it makes efforts to disguise or hide military nuclear research complicated.

Officials in the American administration have suggested that Trump will unveil a new Iran strategy with a range of measures to tackle Iran's activity in the region.

If Iran attempts to go nuclear, other states in the Middle East will follow suit. Iran has added 1 million barrels of oil per day since sanctions were lifted as part of the Iran nuclear deal negotiated during the Obama administration.

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As a result, the agreement is that rarest of things: a concrete result of European unity. This claim was contradicted, however, by an unnamed White House official who spoke to the Financial Times.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has also indicated he favors staying within the deal.

Q: What did the Iran deal do?

Trump has repeatedly denounced the agreement with Iran. If the United States refuses to uphold a deal with Iran that it spent 20 months negotiating, why should North Korea even consider talks? He wants to renegotiate. It was sealed in July 2015 after 18 months of negotiations by the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council — the U.S., Britain, China, France and Russian Federation — as well as Germany. Thus, for Mr. Trump certifying compliance or non-compliance is problematical.

Should that happen, the US Congress would then have to decide whether or not to reapply sanctions or demand further action by Iran. The International Atomic Energy Agency says so.

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Russian Federation warned on Monday there would be "negative consequences" if US President Donald Trump fails to uphold the Iran nuclear deal.

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