Iran sanctions gone

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    Now all economic sanctions against Iran have fallen away, what will the future bring for that country in world economy, and what will we be likely to see in the near future.
    I see Iran opening up, especially in things such as native speaking ESL teachers going to the country, but that is nothing compared to what I think we'll see over the next few years.
    Iran, in my opinion, will open up in an attempt to recover its economic woes, but with the loss of the major enemy of Iran (The US), I see Iran's government falling to popular protest.
    All extremist governments stay in place whilst ever their enemy is trying to destroy them, but dies when their great Satan is no longer a threat.
    Of course, Israel is still in place, and the Iranian government will use that as a tool to keep public opinion on their side, but I'm unsure that will be enough now American aggression is ending.

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    True.

    And it wasn't just the United States, the current government propagated the notion that the entire world was 'against Iran'; with the sanctions gone that 'justification' used by the hardliners is no longer in play.
     
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    Ask Bob Levinson, still held hostage what he thinks.
     
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    I think next January is about the right time to BOMB them.

     
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    Why wasn't he part of the prisoner exchange?...

    Levinson's family 'desperate for answers' from White House
    19 Jan.`16 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The family of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who went missing in Iran eight years ago, said on Tuesday it was "desperate for answers" on his whereabouts and expressed frustration at the information it had received from the Obama administration.
     
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    Iran's Khamenei welcomes sanctions lift, warns of U.S. 'deceit'
     
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    Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks live on television after casting his ballot in the Iranian presidential election in Tehran June 12, 2009.
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    Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday welcomed the lifting of international sanctions against Iran, but warned that Tehran should remain wary of its old enemy the United States.
    State television reported that Khamenei wrote to President Hassan Rouhani to congratulate him on implementing the nuclear deal, which resulted in U.S., European Union and United Nations sanctions being lifted over the weekend.
    In his first comments since the deal took effect, Iran's highest authority made clear that Washington should still be treated with suspicion. He made no mention of a surprise prisoner exchange that also took place this weekend.
    "I reiterate the need to be vigilant about the deceit and treachery of arrogant countries, especially the United States, in this (nuclear) issue and other issues," Khamenei said.

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    "Be careful that the other side fully meets its commitments. The comments made by some American politicians in last two, three days are suspicious," he added.
    Republican candidates for the U.S. presidency have criticized the deal, and some Iranian officials fear Washington could walk away from the deal when President Barack Obama leaves office in early 2017.
    Hopes for a broader rapprochement between the two countries were dashed on Sunday when Washington slapped new sanctions on companies accused of supporting Iran's ballistic missile program, drawing an angry response from Iranian officials.
     
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    :dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance::dance:
     
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    he was american cia spy .maybe he is dead now.
    every country have right to kill spies.
     

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