The Trump administration is being forced to rethink strategies that were driven largely by military considerations.
It will be the third time President Trump has given a reprieve to the nuclear agreement brokered by President Barack Obama, despite having labeled it “the worst deal ever.”
Despite tough talk on Iran, President Trump announced that he would waive certain sanctions that keep the nuclear deal in place.
Unlike President Barack Obama, who was faulted for his response to the protests that became known as the Green Movement, President Trump has come down on the side of the demonstrators
Nikki R. Haley, the American ambassador to the United Nations, presented what she said was evidence that Iran was violating one of its international agreements. John Ismay, a Times reporter, said the evidence fell short of proving her claims.
The diplomat said that the deal was working and that American officials had assured her that the United States would continue to comply with the agreement.