If anything, the regime under siege doubles down and uses the sanctions as a rallying cry for national unity and anti-Western sentiment- see Cuba, North Korea, Iraq and Iran
Iran nuclear deal
The Iran nuclear deal is a 2015 agreement aimed at dismantling Iran's nuclear program, and ensuring that it is used only for civilian purposes. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between Iran, the six P5+1 countries, which include the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council: United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France and China, plus Germany and the European Union, on April 2, 2015 in Lausanne, Switzerland. In return, the United Nations' sanctions on the country were lifted, freeing up tens of billions of dollars in oil revenue and frozen assets.
Danny Danon says Tehran tested missiles capable of delivering nuclear payload in January, launches part of a series of violations of nuclear accord this year
Group PSA launches new car model in Iran but says it remains 'cautious' about the future of its business in the country
IAEA criticizes Tehran, however, for its reluctance to allow so-called 'complementary access' inspections
Tehran's Khamenei posed the stipulations in an attempt to protect Iranian oil sales from U.S. sanctions
The EU supports probing police brutality against Arab protesters ■ Just two weeks ago, Yuval Steinitz praised Israel-EU ties ■ The EU is one of Israel's main trade partners
Prime minister offers to play 'go-between' for Europe and the U.S. as the foreign minister says he 'understands U.S. concerns'
In first major speech as U.S. secretary of state, Pompeo threatens Iran with 'strongest sanctions in history'
Diplomats are in talks to offer Tehran financial aid to curb its missile program and regional meddling
'We are on the right track,' Iran's foreign minister says, while the EU top diplomat says can't provide any legal or economic guarantees