Tighter Sanctions on Iran Are a Dead End

Three years of “maximum pressure” did not compel Iran to do what the U.S. wanted, so it is bizarre that the Biden administration thinks that tighter sanctions will succeed at anything.

When in doubt, the U.S. always threatens more sanctions:

The U.S. is considering tighter sanctions on Iranian oil sales to China as a way to encourage Tehran to conclude a nuclear deal and raise the costs of abandoning stalled negotiations.

Three years of “maximum pressure” did not compel Iran to do what the U.S. wanted, so it is bizarre that the Biden …

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