A Plan B for Iran

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A Plan B for Iran

by Michael Singh

Oct 25, 2021

Also published in Foreign Affairs

About the Authors

Michael Singh is the Lane-Swig Senior Fellow and managing director at The Washington Institute.

Tehran has seemingly concluded that sanctions relief is no longer worth compromising for, so Washington needs to change that calculus by credibly sharpening the consequences.

As a presidential candidate, Joe Biden laid out a two-part strategy designed to constrain Iran’s nuclear program. First, his administration would propose a return to “mutual compliance” with the 2015 nuclear agreement, which the United States left in 2018 and Iran subsequently violated. Second, Washington would commence new negotiations with Tehran on a “stronger, longer” accord to replace the original deal. When Biden announced this policy, it was widely assumed that the first step would be the easy part. But subsequent events have proved such analysis to be overly optimistic...

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