Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

November 2, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Critics of the July 14 nuclear deal with Iran railed against it on the grounds that it would embolden what they argue is Tehran’s destabilizing behavior in the Middle East. The reasoning goes like this: lifting sanctions gives Iran access to tens of billions of dollars that will flow to fund disruptive activities and lets Iran freely pursue its regional ambitions without fear of reprisals.</span></p>

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

November 2, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Critics of the July 14 nuclear deal with Iran railed against it on the grounds that it would embolden what they argue is Tehran’s destabilizing behavior in the Middle East. The reasoning goes like this: lifting sanctions gives Iran access to tens of billions of dollars that will flow to fund disruptive activities and lets Iran freely pursue its regional ambitions without fear of reprisals.</span></p>

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

November 2, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Critics of the July 14 nuclear deal with Iran railed against it on the grounds that it would embolden what they argue is Tehran’s destabilizing behavior in the Middle East. The reasoning goes like this: lifting sanctions gives Iran access to tens of billions of dollars that will flow to fund disruptive activities and lets Iran freely pursue its regional ambitions without fear of reprisals.</span></p>

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

Syria peace talks would be nowhere without the Iran nuclear deal

November 2, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Critics of the July 14 nuclear deal with Iran railed against it on the grounds that it would embolden what they argue is Tehran’s destabilizing behavior in the Middle East. The reasoning goes like this: lifting sanctions gives Iran access to tens of billions of dollars that will flow to fund disruptive activities and lets Iran freely pursue its regional ambitions without fear of reprisals.</span></p>