New Hopes, Old Fears Over Draft Iran Nuclear Deal

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  • EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell announced Monday that a new round of hastily convened talks in Vienna to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal had produced a final text, which leaders in Tehran and Washington are now deliberating.
  • Whether they choose to accept the draft agreement in the coming days or weeks could have profound implications for oil markets and Mideast security.
  • The EU's push to seal a new deal reflects the gravity of the energy crisis Europe is facing.

The Issue

Sanctions, Opec-Plus Supply , Nuclear Policy, Military Conflict
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