Iranians shop in Tehran's ancient Grand Bazaar on July 11, 2016. AFP / ATTA KENARE
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With the fate of the Iran nuclear deal at stake, U.S. President Donald Trump has until Oct. 15 to tell Congress whether he believes Tehran is complying with the seven-nation agreement. Many expect that the U.S. president will decertify Iranian compliance with the deal – returning U.S.-Iran relations to a state of overt hostility.Not all in the administration seem to agree with Trump's harder-line approach on Iran. Notwithstanding the Obama administration's nuclear negotiations, every U.S. administration since the 1979 Iranian Revolution has failed in its declared objective to contain Iran.If Trump wishes to free future generations of anxiety over U.S.-Iran tensions, he should pay careful attention to five points in formulating his Iran policy.Third, since the 1953 U.S.-led coup that overthrew democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq, Iranians have resented U.S. interference in Iran.
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