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The story: Amid talk of an imminent resumption of nuclear talks in Vienna, Iran’s former foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif took to the audio chat app, Clubhouse, to offer his perspective on the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Zarif warned Iran’s current government that the collapse of the JCPOA, a deal reached between Tehran and global powers in 2015 to restrict Iran’s nuclear capabilities in exchange for sanctions relief, could have grave repercussions for the country.
The coverage: On Oct. 6, Zarif joined a weekly meeting on Clubhouse hosted by family and supporters of former two-time president (1989-97) Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani to speak publicly for the first time since the end of his tenure as chief diplomat...
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