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India caged by China’s belts and roads

21 February 2021

7:00 AM

21 February 2021

7:00 AM

Joe Biden’s decision to consider lifting sanctions on terrorist-operated Iran has lifted plenty of eyebrows. 

The Iran nuclear deal never made much sense, amounting to the United States paying Iran billions to ‘pretty please’ not make nuclear weapons to attack regional neighbours that it fantasises about erasing from the face of the Earth. 

When you realise that this is about doing China a favour, not Iran, things start to make sense. 

The Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline was a casualty of US sanctions on Iran.

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