• Harry Arora

Foreign Policy: Does Iran come to the negotiating table?

The real action in Iran is not in the threats and counter-threats but the economic impact that has started to bite Iran. The Iranian currency has devalued, inflation sky-rocketed and internal strife has increased. This is directly a result of the impending sanctions on Iranian oil. Increased production in the United States on the other hand reduces any impact of "less Iranian Oil" on oil prices and the global economy. It is in Iran's interest to come back to the negotiating table and make a new deal with the United States. I believe that a new deal should seek an Iran which does not support terrorism, does not build nuclear weapons or long range delivery systems, and drops it's hostile actions against the United States and Israel. Such a deal would be good for us, our allies, Israel and for Iran, and overall the region.