Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks during parliament's open session on confidence vote for four new ministers, in Tehran, Iran, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)
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As it braces for the return of a U.S.-enforced oil embargo Monday, Iran can take comfort in how much stronger its diplomatic position looks compared to the past.Today, to many observers, it is Iran that looks like the responsible actor.European and Asian governments were aghast that President Donald Trump abandoned their hard-won 2015 nuclear agreement with which Iran was complying.The problem for Iran is whether this diplomatic goodwill can translate into tangible benefits.Iran nonetheless hopes it can leverage the support of European and Asian governments to at least blunt the worst effects of sanctions.Iran denies the allegations and says they are spread by enemies to derail the nuclear deal.
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