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Lifting Sanctions on Iran

November 26, 2013

Gary Clyde Hufbauer explains that economic sanctions on Iran have worked because of cooperation with Europe, Russia, and China—all of whom back the deal to lift some sanctions to support nuclear negotiations with Tehran.





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