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America's Traditional Allies Once Again Condemn Its Policy

An improbable source of European unity
Source: Francois Lenoir / Reuters

It was only moments after President Trump the Iran nuclear deal, sent it to Congress to tighten restrictions on the Islamic Republic, and threatened lawmakers and international partners in the deal that if “we are not able to reach a solution … then the agreement will be terminated.” The European Union’s foreign-policy chief, Federica Mogherini, was hitting back, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is “not a bilateral agreement. It does not belong to any single country. And it is not up to any

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