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|presidente do conselho||0.36%||PT||11/17/201717/11/2017|
|president of niac||0.73%||EN||01/29/201729/01/2017|
|UN Security Council||2.60%|
|New York Times||0.80%|
|Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps||0.60%|
|UN Security Council||0.0164|
|Soraya Sepahpour Ulrich||0.0065|
|Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps||0.0062|
|International Crisis Group||0.0049|
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Trita Parsi said ( about Trita Parsi ) : “I just don’t think there was anything to it.ȁ#x201d; The poll showed Americans largely pessimistic about U.S. foreign policy. Close to 50% of Americans expect relationships with traditionally hostile nations to worsen in the coming year, and roughly 40% also expect a decline both in the country’s relationships with allies and in U.S. standing around the world. About 67% of Democrats think that U.S. relationships with traditionally hostile nations will worsen. On this, about 25% of Republicans agree, although Republicans are still more likely to expect these relationships to improve or stay the same. The poll shows that 56% of Americans, both Republicans and Democrats, are extremely or very concerned about Iran’s nuclear program. That’s an increase from a year ago, when 48% said they were highly concerned. Parsi agrees with those who think the situation will worsen. The U.S. is putting increasing economic pressure on Iran — adding new sanctions on Thursday — and the Iranians are increasing their stockpiles of enriched uranium and continuing support for proxy forces in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere. A new crisis could emerge at any time. ȁ#x201c;I think we are right now in a bit of an illusory lull in which people are under the perception that tensions have reduced when in reality it is just a temporary pause,”
ChinaPost Friday, January 24, 2020 6:01:00 PM EAT
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