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'You Win Or You Die': Not a Model for a Sanctions Regime
The 100th anniversary of the end of World War I brought together world leaders in a show of unity and remembrance yet instead of highlighting solidarity, European heads of state expressed fear of conflict and disunity among the allies. It’s doubtful any of those concerns have been allayed in the days after the ceremonies. Since returning, President Trump has expressed anger and delivered personal attacks against French President Emmanuel Macron over Macron’s statements condemning nationalism and supporting the development of a European army. Yet regardless of the shots between leaders, the U.S. has important strategic objectives that need buy-in from European allies to be successful almost immediately, the re-implementation of sanctions against Iran, which went into effect on Nov. 5. In order to gain support, though, the administration needs consistent messaging. And as a meme based on a popular television show demonstrates, this has been a struggle.
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