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By: Thomas Preston

In: Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade

Chapter 4: The Nuclear Standoff Between the United States and Iran: Muscular Diplomacy and the Ticking Clock

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The Nuclear Standoff Between the United States and Iran: Muscular Diplomacy and the Ticking Clock
The nuclear standoff between the United States and Iran: Muscular diplomacy and the ticking clock
ThomasPreston

Before You Begin

  • What have been the trends and patterns in U.S.-Iranian relations over the past six decades? Why do history and context matter in foreign policy decision making for U.S.-Iranian relations?
  • How do the United States and Iran view each other, and are those perceptions accurate? Could the perceptions be changed?
  • How has the Obama administration differed from the previous Bush administration in its approach to negotiations with Iran?
  • What are the domestic political constraints, especially in Iran, that may prevent the two countries from improving their relations or compromising on the nuclear issue? With Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's tenure as ...

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