Relations between the United States and Iran have soured significantly during the four years of the Trump Administration.
The recent assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist, that Iran has blamed on Israel with possible involvement from the U.S., has made the situation much worse.
But, when Joe Biden takes over as the new U.S. president in just a few weeks, could there be progress on key issues like the Iran nuclear agreement and sanctions?
- Mohammad Marandi is Chair of American Studies at the University of Tehran
- Barbara Slavin is Director and Nonresident Senior Fellow, Future of Iran Initiative, Atlantic Council
- Mitchell Barak is an Israeli pollster and political analyst in Jerusalem
- Edmund Ghareeb is a Middle East scholar and analyst.
Two American bombers fly over part of the Middle East, sending what U.S. officials call a message of deterrence to Iran. The B-52H Stratofortress’ flight was to underscore the U.S. commitment to the region despite troop withdrawals in Iraq and Afghanistan. https://t.co/L5XCnEOCzk
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