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Should the US restore the Iran nuclear deal?

Today's Opinion focus will center on foreign policy because there is certainly a lot of it rearing its ugly head. With the protests in Iran being a lead story, we are leading off with an in-depth Point-Counterpoint on whether the Biden Administration ought to be talking about reviving the Iran nuclear deal.

"The killing of Mahsa Amini should change how the outside world deals with the Tehran regime," suggests Karim Sadjadpour, an Iranian-American policy analyst at the Carnegie Endowment, in his featured Op-Ed "What the West should learn from the protests in Iran."

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