One of a series of RAND perspectives on what Middle East and U.S. policy might look like in “the days after a deal”, this perspective examines the possible effects on Iranian foreign policy stemming from a final nuclear agreement between Iran and the United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, China, and Germany (the P5+1).
More specifically, it details President Hassan Rouhani’s likely hopes for a post-deal foreign policy, the domestic constraints on his goals, and how a final deal might affect Iran’s relations with Saudi Arabia, Israel, Turkey, and, finally, the United States.
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