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Iran: No, we’re not going to renegotiate the nuclear deal

I’ll take “least surprising international developments” for 200, Alex. Yesterday, Donald Trump extended US cooperation in the nuclear deal with Iran for what he said would be the last time, warning Iran and Western allies that the US will demand a renegotiation of the pact within the next six months. In response, Iran called the pact “not negotiable” — and accused the US of violating it:
Iranian officials, responding to President Trump’s call to revise the nuclear agreement, said they would reject any changes to the 2015 deal, saying it was “not renegotiable.”
Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, wrote on Saturday in a message on Twitter that the nuclear agreement between Iran, the United States and other world powers was “a solid multilateral agreement” that President Trump was “maliciously violating.”
Iran has the upper hand, and the mullahs know it. Barack Obama’s desperation to make this deal undercut any political support in

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