Iranians resigned to sanctions

The mood in Tehran is one of quiet resignation. The UN Security Council deadline of the end of August for Iran to suspend its nuclear enrichment activities or face possible sanctions has come and gone.

2nd September, 2006

The mood in Tehran is one of quiet resignation. The UN Security Council deadline of the end of August for Iran to suspend its nuclear enrichment activities or face possible sanctions has come and gone.

The world’s powers are now discussing what sanctions to impose in the first phase of the planned gradual tightening of international sanctions.

For ordinary Iranians, all of this means that cold winters may be ahead. They have been...

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