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Is Iran's nuclear fuel swap deal a breakthrough to the lifting of sanctions (yes) or does the regime still deserve to be watched closely (no)?

Is Iran's nuclear fuel swap deal a breakthrough to the lifting of sanctions (yes) or does the regime still deserve to be watched closely (no)?
  • Iran's nuclear fuel swap deal is a breakthrough to the lifting of sanctions.

    The West should begin lifting sanction in Iran after the agreement to suspend their nuclear weapons program. The people and not the government are the ones suffering the most from sanctions. Since the government has agreed to stop developing nuclear weapons, other countries should agree to resume buying their oil.

  • Iran's nuclear fuel swap deal is a breakthrough to the lifting of sanctions.

    Iran's plan to stop its nuclear program will lead to the eventual end of sanctions. Iran's economy has suffered for too long from sanctions and it is at the breaking point. The government needs to cooperate with the international community and suspend its nuclear program in order for the country to survive.

  • Iran Sanctions Should Be Eased Slowly

    Let's reward Iran for its baby steps to a nuclear swap deal by lifting sanctions a little at a time. If Iran cooperates in small ways, there should be imports of humanitarian aid. Once Iran gets fully rid of its weapons-grade nuclear material, we should move forward cautiously and have more trade. Only when Iran's human rights record gets completely clean will we ease sanctions on the country 100 percent.

  • We Should Still Watch

    I believe the nuclear fuel swap deal is a breakthrough for the Iranian government, but I do believe they still need to be watched, even closely at that. There has been and probably always will be tension between Iran and its neighboring countries and they've threatened Israel more than once, so I'd say they still need to be watched.

  • Watch Iran Closely Despite Deal

    Even though Iran made some concessions to the world with its nuclear programs, we should still watch the country closely. There's no reason we should trust Iran to comply with its own promises, so careful observation is necessary. Otherwise, we could allow Iran to disregard its obligations for the coming years.


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