Iran deal appears to be imminent, but the US faces additional obstacles

There might be a tantalisingly close resolution. However, as the United States and Europe consider Iran’s most recent answer to what is being referred to as the West’s final offer, the EU proposal, the administration is now confronted with new and possibly insurmountable domestic political obstacles.

Congress members who have long threatened to derail any agreement have increased their hostility to talks with a nation whose leadership has yet to drop its threats to kill Rushdie or Bolton.

A tantalisingly close resolution might be possible. However, the administration is now up against new and potentially insurmountable domestic political challenges as the United States and Europe take into account Iran’s most recent response to what is being called to as the West’s final offer, the EU proposal.

Members of Congress who have repeatedly threatened to scuttle any deal have escalated their antipathy toward negotiations with a country whose leadership hasn’t backed down from threatening to assassinate Rushdie or Bolton.

There might be a tantalisingly close resolution. However, as the United States and Europe consider Iran’s most recent answer to what is being referred to as the West’s final offer, the EU proposal, the administration is now confronted with new and possibly insurmountable domestic political obstacles.

The Biden administration is having new difficulties negotiating a return to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran as a result of the attack on author Salman Rushdie last week and the arrest of an Iranian person for planning to kill former national security adviser John Bolton.
There might be a tantalisingly close resolution. However, as the United States and Europe consider Iran’s most recent answer to what is being referred to as the West’s final offer, the EU proposal, the administration is now confronted with new and possibly insurmountable domestic political obstacles.
Congress members who have long threatened to derail any agreement have increased their hostility to talks with a nation whose leadership has yet to drop its threats to kill Rushdie or Bolton.

 

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