Can America and Iran revive their nuclear deal?

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Mr Rouhani’s government has “very little incentive” to devote its last month in office to frantic diplomacy, says Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi of the Royal United Services Institute, a British think-tank. Any political rewards would be distant, since the next election—for Iran’s parliament (the majlis)—is not due for three years. Nor is there any guarantee that the new government will fully implement any deal it inherits, says Dr Tabrizi.