Iran’s Supreme Leader, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has taken a hard line against better relations with the United States, saying his predecessor meant it when he called the United States “the Great Satan.” But some analysts say a nuclear deal still could lead to better U.S.-Iranian relations. A deal could be announced as soon as Tuesday.
Iran’s Supreme Leader, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has taken a hard line against better relations with the United States, saying his predecessor meant it when he called the United States “the Great Satan.” But some analysts say a nuclear deal still could lead to better U.S.-Iranian relations. A deal could be announced as soon as Tuesday. Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader AP
Iran’s Supreme Leader, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has taken a hard line against better relations with the United States, saying his predecessor meant it when he called the United States “the Great Satan.” But some analysts say a nuclear deal still could lead to better U.S.-Iranian relations. A deal could be announced as soon as Tuesday. Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader AP

Despite deal, better U.S. relations with Iran not a sure thing

July 06, 2015 03:21 PM

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