Is Donald Trump's foreign policy turning against him? This is what one might think as the US proposal to extend the embargo on the sale of arms to Iran was rejected by the overwhelming majority of the United Nations Security Council last week, including understood by the French and British allies. Remember that this embargo was linked to continuation of Tehran's military nuclear program, as well as the Vienna agreements, of which the United States withdrew unilaterally in 2018 on President Trump's decision. In fact, Iran will be able to acquire weapons systems from October 18 of this year, barring an exceptional and unlikely turnaround, linked to Washington's use of the “snapback” procedure, a form of reverse veto right, prohibiting going out of a decision.
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