Biden’s Policy of Weakness Toward Iran

 Biden’s Policy of Weakness Toward Iran

President Joe Biden delivers remarks as he takes part in a Munich Security Conference virtual event from the East Room at the White House, February 19, 2021.(Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)President Biden, who has made no secret of his desire to reenter the Iran nuclear deal, continues to send Tehran the wrong message.”We’re prepared to reengage in negotiations with the P5+1 on Iran’s nuclear program,” he told the Munich Security Conference on Friday, echoing the new line that his administration announced the previous day.This new phase of the Biden strategy should have surprised no one, but it sheds light on the administration’s misguided approach to the Islamic Republic.Biden and his team have long said that their intent is to return the U.S. to the 2015 agreement, which doesn’t address Iran’s missile program and support for regional proxies, so that it may negotiate a follow-on accord on those issues. But, these officials say, before the U.S. lifts the requisite sanctions to make this return, Iran must first return to compliance
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