Trumps withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement media: fear of a disastrous outcome

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 Trumps withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement media: fear of a disastrous outcome


Error, horror, stupidity, shame, disaster... From starting to run for the president of the United States to this day, Trump has repeatedly attacked the agreement, signed by former Obama, in public, and has raised a high profile to revise the agreement or resolutely exit. Facing the public warnings of the United Nations Secretary General Guterres, Western European France and other countries, such as Britain and France, have taken the diplomatic mediation and persuasion of the horse lantern, and the criticism and pressure of the American politicians, but Trump is a gesture of no oil salt, or even the patience to wait until his own Xiang Ying France and Germany to repair the Iran nuclear agreement. Deadline for May 12th - three days ahead of schedule, unilaterally announced the withdrawal of the Iran nuclear agreement which has only been implemented for more than two years. On the surface, it is the inevitable result of Trumps withdrawal from the Iraqi nuclear agreement, which has always been a unique and consistently adherence to the concept of American priority, but the motivation behind it is far from simple. The strong forces of the American Middle East allies Israel and the domestic Republicans have always believed that the Iran agreement signed by the Obama administration did not fundamentally contain Irans nuclear ability to develop, but indirectly recognized the critical nuclear capability of the Iran government in two aspects of economy and morality. The Jewish financial consortium of the US financial market has been an important Republican ticket store for years, so Trump, the Republican Party, has been nagging about to quit the Iraq nuclear agreement, not only the reason why the anti Obama policy is going to the end. Recently, the United States Congress has passed the formal appointment of Pompeio, a hawkish Secretary of state, and the White House security adviser, Bolton, and the mid-term elections, which have a critical impact on the future prospects of the Trump administration, and Trumps withdrawal from the Iraq nuclear agreement has both more solid team support and more. Good time. In addition, the withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear agreement is a low cost option for Trump. Unlike Europe and Iran in oil and gas resources and trade, the amount of trade between the United States and Iran is close to zero, and its sufficient oil and gas resources, strategic reserves and the firm relationship with the Saudi Arabia have made Trump confident enough to disdain the firms efforts to retain and unrest the oil market. Look at it. On the other side, Trump, who has tasted the sweetness of political pressure and economic sanctions on the North Korean nuclear issue, also hopes to copy this model to the Iranian nuclear issue. In his view, the Iraqi nuclear agreement, signed by the Obama government during the period of the government, not only failed to solve the Iranian nuclear issue thoroughly, but instead made the international community objectively recognize the fact that Iran has embraced the nuclear facts, which is completely a deal that lost the wife and the army. At present, the domestic political situation in Iran is unstable, with frequent protests and urgent need to develop the economic shift of the oppositions attention. This makes Trump see the opportunity to raise the asking price. Just a few months ago, the United States and the British and French countries set up a working group to set up additional provisions for the Iran agreement, and Trump proposed the harsh conditions that either make up for defects, either push down the heavy, or unilaterally withdraw. Trump formally announced the withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear agreement and restarted economic sanctions against Iraq. Even if the United Nations does not admit that Europe does not support it, the United States will take unilateral action. Trumps purpose is not only to restrict Iran, but also to play the long arm jurisdiction card to curb Russias influence in the Middle East. In recent years, Russias influence in the Middle East turmoil has been increasing. In September 2015, Russia, Iran, Syria and Iraq reached an agreement to exchange and share counter-terrorism information, which was widely regarded by the international community as the embryonic form of the group of four in the Middle East. Seeing Russia and Iran getting closer and closer, the situation of Israeli encirclement became more and more obvious, and the Americans began to sit still. Not long ago, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, black Li, threw a new round of sanctions against Russia on the issue of Syria, which is in line with the current Trump withdrawal from the Iraq nuclear agreement and the restrictions on the Russian Iraq alliance. However, during the Obama administration, the United States began to implement strategic contraction in the Middle East. Trump has no substantive input since he came to power. But as the forces of IS (Islamic) close in the Middle East, the attention of the United States has shifted from fighting terrorism to joint Saudi Arabia and Israel to lead the Middle East. Trumps current practices in the Middle East to protect the Allies Israel, restrict Iran and Russia are too much to pursue private interests, help to settle the Iraqi nuclear issue peacefully, and fuel the troubled Middle East situation more. As the president of France, Mucklow, previously said when the United States threatened to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement, the Pandora box, once opened, may bring deeper disagreement to Iran and the Middle East, more intense quarrels, even conflicts and wars, only without peace. Trump can guess the beginning, but he may not be able to guess the catastrophic outcome of a more turbulent and volatile Middle East. Of course, this may not be what Trump really cares about. Source: China Newsweek Author: Shang Hong Qiang, editor in chief: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Trumps current practices in the Middle East to protect the Allies Israel, restrict Iran and Russia are too much to pursue private interests, help to settle the Iraqi nuclear issue peacefully, and fuel the troubled Middle East situation more. As the president of France, Mucklow, previously said when the United States threatened to withdraw from the Iraq nuclear agreement, the Pandora box, once opened, may bring deeper disagreement to Iran and the Middle East, more intense quarrels, even conflicts and wars, only without peace. Trump can guess the beginning, but he may not be able to guess the catastrophic outcome of a more turbulent and volatile Middle East. Of course, this may not be what Trump really cares about.