Europe snaps back at US over Iran deal
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
Britain, France and Germany raise concerns about the potential consequences of new US sanctions on firms currently doing business in Iran. We examine how EU regulations could be used to block US sanctions against European companies. And the special advisor to the EU Foreign Policy Chief Nathalie Tocci tells us Iran could be persuaded to stay in the deal - for a while at least. Also: we speak to Tian of the jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on his expected release following a power-sharing deal with the new 92 year-old prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. Plus the Venezuelan mothers to be who are becoming maternity migrants. And Amanda Palmer, art-rock icon, on music in the era of Donald Trump.
- Fri 11 May 2018 22:00