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Post-Sanctions Iran: China-Inspired Dream, Soviet-Style Collapse, or Something Else?

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Gater-Smith, Philip

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Abstract Iran’s nuclear deal with the six major world powers, implemented in January 2016, has fueled much speculation both inside and outside Iran. Many are hopeful that the lifting of multilateral sanctions will serve to assuage the decade-long animosity stoked by Iran’s nuclear program. For most Iranians, the removal of sanctions offers an economic lifeline, a possible end to political pariah status, and a re-integration into the global economy. For Americans, Europeans, and Asians, it offers a potential solution to, or deferment of, a pressing security concern, as well as presenting enticing business opportunities. Furthermore, a Western-Iranian détente could well serve as a stabilizing force across the greater Middle East.
Keywords Iran; Middle East; political development; socioeconomic development; detente; future viability; political sanction; economic sanction
Classification International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy
Free Keywords JPOA
Document language English
Publication Year 2016
Page/Pages 5 p.
Journal IndraStra Global (2016) 2
Issue topic The Middle East
ISSN 2381-3652
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works