Iran and the United States Can be Friends

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

November 28, 2018

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Nov. 4, Iran commemorated the 39th anniversary of the day some 400 militant Islamist students seized the U.S. Embassy in downtown Tehran. The United States marked the date, too: On Nov. 5, it imposed a new round of sanctions on Iran, which President Donald Trump’s administration has termed part of a “maximum pressure” campaign to bring the country back to the negotiating table.&nbsp;Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif quickly responded with a video message in which he told Trump to “dream on.” Zarif mused that Trump, like his six presidential predecessors whose main policy toward Iran was “bravado,” will see his efforts Tehran fail.&nbsp;And yet, whispers in Tehran about the need to break the stalemate and talk to Trump are becoming louder.</span></p>

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

November 28, 2018

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Nov. 4, Iran commemorated the 39th anniversary of the day some 400 militant Islamist students seized the U.S. Embassy in downtown Tehran. The United States marked the date, too: On Nov. 5, it imposed a new round of sanctions on Iran, which President Donald Trump’s administration has termed part of a “maximum pressure” campaign to bring the country back to the negotiating table.&nbsp;Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif quickly responded with a video message in which he told Trump to “dream on.” Zarif mused that Trump, like his six presidential predecessors whose main policy toward Iran was “bravado,” will see his efforts Tehran fail.&nbsp;And yet, whispers in Tehran about the need to break the stalemate and talk to Trump are becoming louder.</span></p>

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

November 28, 2018

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Nov. 4, Iran commemorated the 39th anniversary of the day some 400 militant Islamist students seized the U.S. Embassy in downtown Tehran. The United States marked the date, too: On Nov. 5, it imposed a new round of sanctions on Iran, which President Donald Trump’s administration has termed part of a “maximum pressure” campaign to bring the country back to the negotiating table.&nbsp;Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif quickly responded with a video message in which he told Trump to “dream on.” Zarif mused that Trump, like his six presidential predecessors whose main policy toward Iran was “bravado,” will see his efforts Tehran fail.&nbsp;And yet, whispers in Tehran about the need to break the stalemate and talk to Trump are becoming louder.</span></p>

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

Iran and the United States Can be Friends

November 28, 2018

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">On Nov. 4, Iran commemorated the 39th anniversary of the day some 400 militant Islamist students seized the U.S. Embassy in downtown Tehran. The United States marked the date, too: On Nov. 5, it imposed a new round of sanctions on Iran, which President Donald Trump’s administration has termed part of a “maximum pressure” campaign to bring the country back to the negotiating table.&nbsp;Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif quickly responded with a video message in which he told Trump to “dream on.” Zarif mused that Trump, like his six presidential predecessors whose main policy toward Iran was “bravado,” will see his efforts Tehran fail.&nbsp;And yet, whispers in Tehran about the need to break the stalemate and talk to Trump are becoming louder.</span></p>