The prisoner swap agreement between Iran and the USA shows the willingness and determination of both countries to revive the Nuclear Deal.
The negotiations, which lasted for two days in Doha, were inconclusive. The parties blame each other for the failure in question.
Iran’s Labor minister is forced to resign as the first victim of political rivalries and economic reforms.
Malley could not make further statements apart from already known facts in the face of US senators’ questions, thus, he has confirmed that Biden will avoid any assertive Iran initiative.
The waged war to invade Ukraine by Russia created certain opportunities for Iran on the political and economic field, especially within the security ground.
The Vienna agreement will affect domestic power balances, but the crucial impact can be on the regional policies.
At this point, the next period will be a process for the USA and certainly for Israel to stomach Iran as a nuclear and regional power.
Income distribution and poverty indicators have severely worsened in the last three years, especially in the rural areas in Iran.
The divided Gulf region is witnessing new shifts in its approaches towards Türkiye and Iran with the emergence of post-COVID-19 economic implications and a weaker US military presence.
The parties' lack of flexibility in terms of the demands may bring Vienna talks and ultimately the JCPOA to the point of total collapse.
The United States and Iran have a common need to ease tensions. The upcoming JCPOA negotiations in Vienna can be given some cautious optimism.