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U.S. Envoy Haley Says Trump 'Not Happy' With Iran Nuclear Deal


SEPT. 20, 2017, 9:18 A.M. E.D.T.

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump does not like the Iran nuclear deal, but his speech to the United Nations on Tuesday did not mean that the United States would abandon the pact, the U.S. 83 more words

Will North Korea set off a new arms buildup in Asia?

TETSUSHI TAKAHASHI, Head of Nikkei’s China Headquarters–Since North Korea sent an intercontinental ballistic missile soaring 3,700km into the sky on July 28, Shinzo Abe and Donald Trump have spoken by phone six times — sometimes for close to an hour. 901 more words

Iran nuclear deal under pressure

The Iran nuclear deal – formally, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA – is under pressure. In his speech to the UN General Assembly today, 19 September, President Trump called it “one of the worst and most one-sided deals” and said it is “an embarrassment to the United States.” Some commentators already see this as advance notice that the US will pull out of the agreement. 525 more words

Middle East

UK International Civil Servants in Vienna-based organisations

There are a large number of UK international civil servants who are currently employed at, or were previously employed at, the various organisations based in Vienna (e.g. 139 more words


Donald Trump and the Iran nuclear deal – a crisis in the making

As the world grapples with a nuclear-armed North Korea, the Trump administration is working to terminate the Iran nuclear deal. The catch is, it works and prevents a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. 1,401 more words

United States

How Iran Is More Dangerous Than North Korea

Iran’s nuclear program even without a bomb as we speak, enjoys the potential of becoming more dangerous than today’s North Korea after a recent hydrogen bomb testing – with new  966 more words


United Nations News Centrewith breaking news from the UN News ServiceFurther development of DPRK nuclear programme cause of grave concern – UN atomic energy chief

Noting signs suggesting that a nuclear plant in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) could be operating, the head of the United Nations atomic agency called on the country’s leadership to comply fully with its obligations under Security Council resolutions. 397 more words