Outlaw Regime: A Chronicle of Iran’s Destructive Activities

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By Iran Action Group – U.S. Department of State.. A Letter From U. S . Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo. I am pleased to release the State Department’s new report detailing the scope of the Iranian regime’s destructive behavior at home and abroad on the eve of the Islamic Revolution’s 40th anniversary. On May 8, 2018, President Donald J. Trump announced his decision to cease U.S. participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly referred to as the Iran deal. [Photo top right:US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv on April 29, 2018. Photo by Matty Stern/U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv ***US EMBASSY TEL AVIV HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES***].  The Iran deal was proving to be a failed strategic bet that fell short of protecting the American people or our allies from the potential of an Iranian nuclear weapon. The futility of entrusting our long term security to an agreement that will quickly expire was underscored by the recent bombshell that Iran had secretly preserved its past nuclear weapons research after the implementation of the JCPOA. As if Iran’s long history of violating the Non-Proliferation Treaty and multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions on its nuclear program prior to the JCPOA was not reason enough for pause. Moreover, the JCPOA has plainly failed to contribute to regional and international peace and security, as the deal stated. To the contrary, Iran’s destabilizing behavior has grown bolder under the deal. Read the full story.

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https://www.state.gov/documents/organization/286410.pdf

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