As U.S. President Donald Trump prepares to potentially decertify the Iran nuclear deal, the international community and many of his own advisers are urging him not to.
All the signatories to the agreement plus the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran is complying and the two year old pact is working. So why the potential shift in U.S. policy? And what are the ramifications if the United States pulls out? CGTN’s Nathan King reports.
To discuss all of this.
- Victor Gao, director of the China National Association of International Studies
- Peter Kleim, Washington bureau Chief for Europe’s RTL television network and Germany’s N-TV
- Stephen Yates, served as U.S. Deputy Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs, George W. Bush Administration
- Trita Parsi, founder and president of National Iranian American Council
#Iran's foreign minister urges Europe to defy US if Trump sinks nuclear deal
— Nardeep Pujji (@AWAKEALERT) October 6, 2017
Israel’s former prime minister said it would be a "mistake" for President Trump to decertify the Iran deal https://t.co/aWcSCtCiQ3
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) October 12, 2017