Sanctions Raise Questions About Iran’s Export Capacity
By Sara Vakhshouri*
New sanctions imposed by EU member states have banned Iranian natural gas imports in an attempt to bring pressure to bear on Tehran to halt its nuclear activities. The move is symbolic, given that Iran does not export any gas to EU countries, although it does export gas to Turkey, which ultimately wants to become an EU member. But the development does raise questions about...
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