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- Former Vice President Joe Biden has said he’d be open to quickly re-entering the Iran nuclear deal if Iran returns to full compliance.
- But legal hurdles and potential Congressional backlash from Republicans would impede Biden’s ability to quickly reverse some of the Trump administration’s additional sanctions.
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US presidential candidate Joe Biden has expressed he’d be open to quickly re-entering the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) if Iran returns to full compliance.
But his predecessor’s hardline policies would probably necessitate expanding the scope of negotiations with Tehran beyond the current deal, leading Iran to adopt an even harder position on its nuclear program.
- Biden criticized the Trump administration’s hawkish Iran policy and 2018 withdrawal from the nuclear deal in a September 13 opinion piece, in which he wrote that returning to the JCPOA could be the start of broader diplomacy between Tehran and