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Trump’s pre-emptive fear against “Iran’s Nuclear Program”, likely to leave U.S. alone internationally

In a major U.S. policy shift, Trump has tried to put a blow to the Iran’s nuclear program agreement which was set by Obama to rein in Iranies and give them internationally open trade routes. The bonhomie of U.S. with the major parties of this ‘2015 Iran Nuclear’ agreement might be derailed.

Trump struck a blow to the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement on Friday, warning Tehran that they weren’t compliant with the terms of the deal. Trump decided to decertify Iran of their efforts in regard to the nuclear agreement. The President further threatened that he might go forward and terminate the deal completely with Iran.

The move was led by Trump as a pre-emptive measure against the Iran’s nuclear program and ballistic missile technology. Trump also accused Iran of helping out certain extremist groups in the Middle East. There are some extremist groups in the Middle East, the most popular among them is the ISIS. Now, we aren’t sure if Trump meant any collusion of Iran with any particular extremist group.

The agreement with Iran under Obama’s presidency was signed between Iran and other major powers like Germany, US, UK, France, China and Russia. These partners in the agreement have benefited from the trade with Iran. The President’s derision against the Iran is to envisage crooked relationship with these countries.

Trump pointed out major conflicts with Iran in terms of its efforts of destabilising peace actions in Syria, Yemen and Iraq. “We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more terror and the very real threat of Iran’s nuclear breakout,” – said Trump on Friday.

The Trump has already indulged in major international affairs like re-negotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, getting out of the Paris Climate Accord and then re-opening Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks.

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