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Do US Sanctions On Iran Work? Survival in The Modern World

Authors: Syed Noman Ali Shah

“There is no doubt that the United states will not achieve success with this new plot against Iran.” Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on US new sanctions. My research is composed Iran’s survival in isolation after a hard tension by the west for 40 years. How Iran is going to manage it people through its policies and diplomacy nationally and internationally. In today’s globalized world how, Iran react towards sanctions and focuses on its nuclear weapons production. Relations with Russia as alternate ally after US and supporting of militant groups inside the middle east to extend her regime. Shall different engagements at a time lead Iran into hard situation like in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, supporting Hammas and Hezbollah which are black-listed by the international community. On one side Iran is facing sanctions from the world like import-export shut down, no travelling by sea and air, no foreign transactions, steel and iron industry which the biggest contributing sector in the Iran’s economy is and parallel to these issues Iran is financially and militarily supporting internationally these groups.

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