The Factors Affecting the US Withdrawal from JCPOA and Its Impact on the Political and Economic Security of the Islamic Republic of Iran

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Hamid Sarmadi , Mohsen Kazemzadeh Ghareh Chapaq ,

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Volume 10 - July 2021 (07)

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting the US withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action(JCPOA) and its impact on the political and economic security of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the findings of the article, which was obtained by using the theory of realist hegemony and written and virtual sources and descriptive analytical method that is the restoration of American domination in the form of the rejection of Obama's theory, the rupture of convergence among the Shiite resistance front, the security of the Zionist regime, the foundations of Trump's foreign policy, the persistence of the threatening nature of Iran after JCPOA,  Israel and Saudi Arabia on threatening Iran, their interpretation of the role of JCPOA in strengthening Iran's regional presence and ignoring this issue in the text of JCPOA and internally, the post-JCPOA action of the Islamic Republic of Iran should be among the key variables in Donald Trump's decision on the withdrawal of the United States from JCPOA.

Keywords

USA, JCPOA, Political Security, Economic Security, Iran 

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