Europe is scrambling to save the Iran nuclear deal from collapse.
A year after the US withdrew from the 2015 agreement, Iran is threatening to produce more enriched uranium unless other parties to the deal protect its economy from US sanctions.
Iran gave Europe, China and 60 days to comply.
EU leaders have rejected that ultimatum, but say they’re committed to keeping the nuclear deal alive.
Iran says the response isn’t strong enough, and is accusing the Europeans of submitting to pressure from the United States.
Can a way forward be found?
Presenter: Halla Mohiedeen
Nathalie Tocci – Director of the Italian Institute of International Affairs and a special adviser to EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.
Mahdi Ghodsi – Economist at The Vienna Institute For International Economic Studies.
François Nicoullaud – Former French Ambassador to Iran.
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