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Revival Of Iran Nuclear Agreement ‘JCPOA’ Likely To Test Middle Eastern Detente


A potential revival of the Iran nuclear accord is likely to test the sustainability of Middle Eastern efforts to dial down tensions and manage differences by improving diplomatic relations and fostering economic cooperation. In the latest fence mending, two Gulf states, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates announced their ambassadors’ return to Tehran. The two countries, together with Saudi Arabia, withdrew their envoys in 2016 after rioters protesting the execution of a Shiite cleric in the kingdom ransacked the Saudi embassy in the Iranian capital. For its part, Saudi Arabia is engaged in a round of Iraqi-mediated talks with Iran…

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