Washington to resume sanctions on Iran despite concerns

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Saqib Ul Islam in “View 360” covered these topics:
• The US will soon resume economic sanctions on Iran.
• A senior U.S. official said Monday that the U.S. sanctions on Iran will snap back, and Washington aims to cut the export of Iran’s crude oil down to zero “as soon as possible.”
Though Brian Hook, director of policy planning for the State Department, said the measures to reduce market disruption are being taken, the U.S. movement on Iran still sparked concerns and skepticism.
• Due to the new international trade policies of the United States, the Trump administration has been facing pressure from outside and outside the country.
• Discuss the boundaries of opinion in the growing political divisions in America.