Using different tools for civil disobedience, social media activism, as well as street protests and strikes, Iranians have continued their protests against the kleptocratic authoritarian regime and the diminishing prosperity of the country.
Former President Donald Trump's national security advisor said a future Republican president would likely look to abandon any new nuclear deal.
"This is not a signal that we are about to reach an understanding on a mutual return to full implementation of the JCPOA," a State Department spokesperson said.
Jason Greenblatt discussed the ongoing Iran nuclear talks during a conversation with journalist Barak Ravid on Monday's episode of "The Diplomat."
The eighth round of JCPOA revival talks began Monday in Vienna, with U.S. and European officials warning that time is running out to find a peaceful solution.
As talks resume in Vienna, the specter of military conflict still looms over Iran's nuclear program.
American and European negotiators have warned that time is running out to revive the JCPOA, ahead of a new round of talks beginning next week.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has been holding drills in the Persian Gulf as diplomats grapple with the nuclear deal impasse.
Talks are ongoing to revive the 2015 accord, with U.S. and European negotiators warning time is running out.
The former vice president suggested President Joe Biden's diplomatic strategy risks encouraging further Iranian aggression against Americans and their allies.
The news follows a meeting between Iran and the European Union on Wednesday.
A State Department spokesperson said the U.S. remains "in close contact with our Israeli counterparts" on nuclear talks.
Benny Gantz told Ynet that the world should act militarily against the Islamic Republic, which has been blamed for a drone attack on an Israeli-operated tanker.
Drought protests in Iran's Khuzestan province are emblematic of the economic turmoil and unrest facing the new president.
The former national security advisor told Newsmax that the current Biden administration does not realize how "flawed" the deal is.
"The time has come for the other sides to make decisions," said Abbas Araqchi on Sunday.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran has denounced Friday's ballot, which is sure to see Chief Justice Ebrahim Raisi become president.
The Chinese government, along with U.S. allies in Europe, continues to support a return to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
The head of the judiciary is considered to be most likely to become Iran's next president in elections next month.
"There's still a fair distance to travel to close the remaining gaps," Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the U.S. has "broken" its "promises tens of times, and it is the same now."
Sen. Jim Inhofe is leading a call for the Biden administration to "reset" its approach to nuclear negotiations with Tehran.
"I called on France to ... cease abiding by illegal sanctions imposed by the US," tweeted Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, in follow-up remarks Saturday afternoon.
International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi told Newsweek on Tuesday that Iran must answer questions about uranium found at two alleged secret nuclear sites.
After the election in June, the White House will likely face more fractious negotiations with a hardliner president
The parliament in Tehran ordered an expansion of nuclear activities last year, setting off alarm bells in Washington, D.C.
Iran, bereft of wealthy allies and grappling with U.S. sanctions, sees the two nations as useful counterweights to Washington, D.C.
Iran's military officials are maintaining harsh rhetoric towards the U.S. despite Tehran's hope of reviving the JCPOA nuclear deal.
Both Tehran and Washington, D.C., have warned that the window for a deal to revive the JCPOA is closing.
With the ageing Ayatollah Ali Khamanei looking to secure the future of the regime, members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps are eyeing the presidency.