L’ottimismo diplomatico che ora avvolge le trattative sul dossier nucleare iraniano sembra prospettare un imminente accordo di natura pluriennale tra il P5+1 e Teheran destinato a cambiare lo status quo del Medio Oriente. L’accettazione de facto dell’Iran come interlocutore regionale da parte in primis degli Stati Uniti sottintenderebbe, infatti, la ricostruzione di un nuovo equilibrio all’interno del sistema mediorientale.
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