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Iran Sanctions – Developments from the EU

As discussed in our blog post of 21 May 2018, the EU has reaffirmed its commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action in the wake of the US’ announcement that it would be withdrawing from that agreement and re-imposing … Continue reading

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Sanctions on Iran – The EU Response

Following President Trump’s announcement that the United States will withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (“JCPOA”) and re-impose US sanctions (including secondary sanctions) against Iran, the European Union has chosen to signal its commitment to the continuation of … Continue reading

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Sanctions and Iran: President Trump’s 8 May 2018 announcement and what this means for non-US shipping

On 8 May 2018, President Trump announced his decision to withdraw the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and to reimpose on Iran a multitude of sanctions that were lifted in January 2016 under the JCPOA. … Continue reading

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Is Iran preparing to attack Israel?

Israel’s been expecting a reprisal attack from Iran because of the strike on the T-4 base last month. But it may be that Iran held off, fearing that hitting back before Trump formally announced his decision on the nuclear deal … Continue reading

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No War with Iran

The Peace Corps Iran Association (PCIA), to which I belong, is the organization of former Peace Corps Volunteers who have served there. I just received this bulletin from the PCIA Advocacy Committee and commend it to all of you: PEACE … Continue reading

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