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U.S. Needs a Broad Response to China-Iran Moves

July 16, 2020 Lawrence J. Haas Newsweek

A new China-Iran economic and military agreement and this fall's expiration of the global arms embargo on Iran could dramatically upend international relations by expanding China's global reach, empowering Iran to threaten America's regional allies, undercutting U.S. efforts to pressure both nations and further destabilizing the Middle East.

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