“The US road to hell is littered with broken treaties,” has said American writer and political analyst Daniel Patrick Welch while commenting on Washington’s violation of the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers.
On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump declared that his country is pulling out of the Iran deal, saying Washington will not only reinstate the anti-Iran sanctions lifted as part of the deal, but will also “be instituting the highest level of economic” sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Under the deal, reached under Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, Iran undertook to put limits on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against Tehran.
While talking to CNN on Wednesday, former US President Jimmy Carter said that this “may be the worst mistake Trump has made so far.”
“When a president signs an agreement, it should be binding on all his successors, unless the…