Unter Ex-Präsident Trump waren die USA aus dem Atomabkommen mit Iran ausgestiegen. Mit der neuen US-Regierung von Präsident Biden. Konflikt zwischen Iran und USA: Iran bringt EU als Vermittler mit den USA ins Spiel. Teheran und Washington stehen sich seit der Islamischen. Der Iran fordert, dass die USA ihre Sanktionen gegen das Land aufheben, bevor es an eine Neuverhandlung des Atomvertrags geht. Den hatte.
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Several other missiles landed at some distance from the targets. US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley said he believed early warning systems had prevented casualties.
Tensions between Tehran and Washington began rising in after President Trump pulled the US out of a landmark nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.
The accord was intended to curb Iran's nuclear programme and prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons. Mr Trump wanted a new deal that would also curb Iran's ballistic missile programme and its involvement in regional conflicts.
Soleimani's assassination on 3 January followed a sharp escalation between the US, Iran and Iran-backed groups in Iraq sparked by the death of a US military contractor in a missile attack on a US base - for which the US held Iran responsible.
The US responded with air strikes against the Iran-backed militia Kataib Hezbollah. Militia supporters then attacked the US embassy in Baghdad.
Soleimani was regarded as a terrorist by the US government, which says he was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American troops and was plotting "imminent" attacks.
The US has not provided evidence of this. Tidligere president Donald Trump trakk USA fra avtalen i Kontoen har delt et bilde som tolkes som en drapstrussel mot Donald Trump, melder Reuters.
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The Iran expert said China would likely stay neutral in the conflict. Nessuna delle due parti vuole una guerra aperta. Iran-Usa La crisi tra Iran e Usa potrebbe avere conseguenze molto serie a livello globale.
Furthermore, US intelligence has obtained satellite photographs of three training camps for Iraqi insurgents near Iran's capital where they are allegedly trained guerilla tactics, kidnapping and assassination.
Director of National Intelligence Michael McConnell stated in an interview with the Council on Foreign Relations that there was overwhelming evidence that Iran was arming the insurgency in Iraq.
In , the United States and Iran began unofficial limited cooperation in the fight against the terrorist organization Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant ISIL.
Pushing for international sanctions against Iran because of its nuclear program, the United States accused Iran of providing logistical and financial support to Shi'a militias in Iraq.
Iran denied this claim. While Iranian financial institutions are barred from directly accessing the American financial system, they are permitted to do so indirectly through banks in other countries.
He said the United States government would also persuade European financial institutions not to deal with Iran.
In , US forces raided the Iranian Consulate General located in Erbil , Iraq and arrested five staff members.
Sources [ who? People living in the neighborhood were told they could not leave their homes. Three people who left their homes were arrested, and a wife of one of these men confirmed her husband's arrest.
Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mikhail Kamynin said that the raid was an unacceptable violation of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.
The Kurdistan Regional Government also expressed their disapproval. At a hearing in Iraq on January 11, , United States Senator Joseph Biden , chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee , told Rice that the Bush Administration did not have the authority to send American troops on cross-border raids.
Biden said, "I believe the present authorization granted the president to use force in Iraq does not cover that, and he does need congressional authority to do that.
I just want to set that marker". The same day, Iran's foreign ministry sent a letter to Iraq's foreign ministry, asking Iraq to stop the United States from interfering with Iran—Iraq relations.
The official said, "We expect the Iraqi government to take immediate measures to set the aforesaid individuals free and to condemn the US troopers for the measure.
Following up on the case and releasing the arrestees is a responsibility of primarily the Iraqi government and then the local government and officials of the Iraqi Kurdistan".
On November 9, American forces released two Iranian diplomats after days,  as well as seven other Iranian citizens. The officials were captured in the raid, and the others had been picked up in different parts of the country and held for periods ranging from three months to three years.
In January , American officials accused Iran of harassing and provoking their naval vessels in the Strait of Hormuz , but Iran denied the claim.
The United States presented audio and video footage of the incident, which included threats made to the Americans. Iranians have told The Washington Post that the accent in the recording does not sound Iranian.
Iran has accused the United States of creating a "media fuss" and has released its own abridged video recording of the incident, which does not contain threats.
According to the newspaper Navy Times , the incident could have been caused by a locally famous heckler known as the " Filipino Monkey ".
In , New Yorker reporter Seymour Hersh detailed American covert action plans against Iran involving the CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency DIA , and Special Forces.
A meeting in Baghdad between Iranian and American diplomats was "the first formal direct contact after decades during which neither country has been willing to talk to the other.
A former Iranian diplomat, Nosratollah Tajik, was arrested in the UK and accused by the United States of smuggling arms.
He initially appeared in court on April 19, , fighting extradition to the US. In January , The New York Times reported that the United States had rejected a appeal from Israel to attack Iran's main nuclear complex.
In September , The Guardian reported that the US vetoed Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert 's plan to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities the previous May.
Two days after Barack Obama was elected president in November , Ahmadinejad issued the first congratulatory message to a newly elected American president since "Iran welcomes basic and fair changes in U.
I hope you will prefer real public interests and justice to the never-ending demands of a selfish minority and seize the opportunity to serve people so that you will be remembered with high esteem".
To the Muslim world , we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect. To those leaders around the globe who seek to sow conflict, or blame their society's ills on the West—know that your people will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy.
To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist.
Ahmadinejad issued a list of grievances, including the coup , support for Saddam Hussein in the Iran—Iraq War , and the Iran Air Flight incident.
On 19 March , the beginning of the festival of Nowruz , Obama spoke directly to the Iranian people in a video saying, "The United States wants the Islamic Republic of Iran to take its rightful place in the community of nations.
You have that right—but it comes with real responsibilities". In April , Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi was sentenced to eight years in prison after being convicted of spying for the United States.
She was accused of possessing a classified document but denied the charge. After spending four months in prison, she was released in May, and the charge was dropped.
On July 9, , the United States released five Iranian diplomats Mohsen Bagheri, Mahmoud Farhadi, Majid Ghaemi, Majid Dagheri and Abbas Jami , who had been held since January Kaveh Lotfolah Afrasiabi was arrested in early by the FBI and charged with "acting and conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of Iran".
According to federal authorities, Afrasiabi is accused of lobbying and working secretively for the Iranian government.
On 12 June , Obama said of the Iranian presidential election: "We are excited to see what appears to be a robust debate taking place in Iran".
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs stated, "Like the rest of the world, we were impressed by the vigorous debate and enthusiasm that this election generated, particularly among young Iranians.
We continue to monitor the entire situation closely, including reports of irregularities". Three American hikers were arrested on 31 July , in Iran after they crossed into Iranian territory.
Reports say the hikers accidentally crossed into Iran while hiking between Halabja and Ahmad Awa in the Kurdish Region of Iraq.
Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri disappeared in May , and Iran accused the United States of abducting him. On 13 July , the BBC reported that Amiri had taken refuge in the Iranian interests section of Pakistani Embassy in Washington, DC , and sought help to reach Iran.
On 4 December , an American Lockheed Martin RQ Sentinel UAV operated by the CIA was captured by Iranian forces near the city of Kashmar.
Iran claimed the drone was not only flying in sovereign airspace, but was commandeered by its cyber warfare unit and safely brought to the ground.
The US initially claimed the drone had malfunctioned and crashed in Iranian airspace, only to later admit the drone was intact anonymously when footage was shown on Iranian television.
In November , an Iranian Su fighter jet fired on a similar MQ-1 over international waters. In November , two Iranian Sus fired on a US drone over the Persian Gulf.
The Sus fired at least two bursts of cannon fire, and after the drone began moving away, the Iranian aircraft chased it and did aerial loops around it before breaking off and returning to base.
On 12 March , an Iranian F-4 fighter jet began pursuing a US MQ-1 over international waters. The F-4 was warned against coming closer by two US fighter jets, at which point it broke off.
In late December , Iranian navy chief Admiral Habibollah Sayyari was reported to have said that it would be "very easy" for Iran to close the Straits of Hormuz.
On 3 January Iran's army chief Ataollah Salehi warned "We recommend to the American warship that passed through the Strait of Hormuz and went to Gulf of Oman not to return to the Persian Gulf".
However, this was later denied by the Defense Minister of Iran. Stennis which recently vacated the area as Iran conducted a day naval exercise near the Strait of Hormuz.
Salehi was also quoted as saying "We have no plan to begin any irrational act but we are ready against any threat. In , the United States Navy was warned that Iran was preparing suicide attack boats and was building up its naval forces in the Gulf region.
At a briefing in Bahrain , Vice Admiral Mark Fox told reporters the US Navy's Fifth Fleet could prevent Iran from blocking the Strait of Hormuz.
The actual ability of Iran to close the strait has been questioned by experts, with estimates of the time that Iran would be able to sustain the closure ranging from a few days  to over a hundred days.
His television interviews and public addresses while in the U. On 26 September, Iran and the U. It was the largest such gathering in recent years.
Conversely, a majority of Iranian citizens saw the progression of peace talks with the United States as a sign of hope for a future of an alliance between the two nations.
On 28 September , an unplanned and "accidental" encounter between US President Barack Obama and Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Javad Zarif occurred on the sidelines of a luncheon at the United Nations General Assembly , with the two men reportedly shaking hands.
It was the first handshake between a US president and a top Iranian diplomat since the Islamic Revolution. US Secretary of State John Kerry , who was present, also introduced Obama to two senior Iranian officials also involved in the JCPOA nuclear negotiations.
The exchange was originally reported in Iranian media and was said to have lasted "less than a minute"; it was immediately condemned by conservative Iranian MP Mansour Haghighatpour, a member of the committee on national security and foreign policy, who called for Zarif to publicly apologize.
President Obama urged US Congress to support the nuclear deal reminding politicians that were wary that if the deal fell through, the US would reinstate their sanctions on Iran.
Following the deal, the U. The resolution welcomed "Iran's reaffirmation in the JCPOA that it will under no circumstances ever seek, develop or acquire any nuclear weapons".
In , The Washington Post claimed that 2 to 1 Americans supported the United States efforts to negotiate with Iran on behalf of their nuclear capabilities.
But the judge ruled that the troops were on a peacekeeping mission under peacetime rules of engagement. Therefore, survivors and family members could sue Iran under a law that allows US citizens to take legal action against nations that sponsor terrorism.
Citizens of Iran and several other countries were temporarily banned from entering the United States by the executive order " Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States " of 27 January The United States also does not allow Iranian citizens or those suspected of being Iranian citizens entry into the US, including Iranian passport holders, except for transit.
All passengers and crew members of any nationality should ensure they do not have Iranian entry stamps in their passports.
There are no direct flights between Iran and the USA so all travel must transit through a third country, and no Iranian aircraft may enter USA airspace.
The Trump administration was seen as having embarked on the path of strengthening an informal coalition with Saudi Arabia, Israel, the United Arab Emirates and other Sunni Gulf states, with a view to rolling back Iran's influence in the region.
While during his campaign Donald Trump had denounced the JCPOA as "the worst deal ever negotiated" and a disaster that could lead to a nuclear holocaust ,  in April , the Trump administration certified that Iran was in compliance with the JCPOA.
Between January and late July , Twitter had identified and shut down over 7, accounts created by Iranian influence operations.
In July , the vast majority of Congressional Democrats and Republicans voted in favor of the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act CAATSA that grouped together sanctions against Iran, Russia and North Korea.
In May , Donald Trump decided to pull out of the JCPOA , announcing he would reimpose economic sanctions on Iran effective from 4 November that year.
In late July , against the backdrop of a harsh exchange of threats between the presidents of the U. The incident, which made Saudi Arabia halt oil shipments through the strait, was seen by analysts as greatly escalating tensions.
On 13 August , Iranian Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei banned direct talks with U. On 7 March , Acting U. The United States has opposed the activities of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps IRGC based on "the group's growing involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as its support for extremists throughout the Middle East".
The Iranian parliament responded by ratifying a motion designating "all legal and real persons and troops of the United States and its allies operating in the West Asian region" terrorists, calling any aid to them a terrorist act and pressing the government to defuse the threat of IRGC designation through multilateral negotiations with international organizations.
The IRGC was placed on the FTO list for instigating and supporting insurgencies in Iraq resulting the death of American soldiers.
The US State Department Special Briefing also warned against increasing involvement of the IRGC forces in the Syrian conflict:. We believe this is an alarming trend.
It's borne out by the facts and it merits closer inspection as we evaluate the landscape of terrorist activity globally. Add to this, of course, is the deepening commitment both Iran and Hezbollah have made to fight and kill on behalf of the Assad regime in Syria.
That involvement, of course, is hardening the conflict and threatening to spread the violence across the region. Hezbollah and the Iranian leadership share a similar world view and strategic vision and are seeking to exploit the current unrest in the region to their advantage.
This approach has increased sectarian tensions and conflict and serves further as a destabilizing force during a time of great change throughout the region.
On 10 April, Hassan Nasrallah , Secretary General of Hezbollah, addressed the designation in a televised speech from Beirut:.
US impudence and folly went beyond limits when it branded Iran's IRGC as a terrorist organization. The force has made a great deal of sacrifice in order to stand against the US and Israeli hegemony in the region.
We, hereby, condemn the US decision, and express our support for our friends at the IRGC. Michael Rubin , a senior research fellow with the American Enterprise Institute , said he feared the IRGC designation "might exculpate the rest of the regime when, in reality, the IRGC's activities cannot be separated from the state leadership of Supreme Leader Khamenei or President Ahmadinejad".
Congress or elsewhere working for the benefit of the American nation to stand against these measures or the wall between the two countries grow taller and thicker".
This would be the first time that official armed units of sovereign states are included in a list of banned terrorist groups.
Afrasiabi, a former consultant to the UN's program of Dialogue Among Civilizations ,  stated in Asia Times Online that the move has possible legal implications: "Under international law, it could be challenged as illegal, and untenable, by isolating a branch of the Iranian government for selective targeting.
This is contrary to the Algiers Accords ' pledge of non-interference in Iran's internal affairs by the US government".
In April the U. Also in April , the U. Tensions between Iran and the United States escalated in May , with the U. American officials pointed to threats against commercial shipping and potential attacks by militias with Iranian ties on American troops in Iraq while also citing intelligence reports that included photographs of missiles on dhows and other small boats in the Persian Gulf, supposedly put there by Iranian paramilitary forces.
The United States feared they could be fired at its Navy. On 5 May, U. Bolton said, "The United States is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack.
On 7 May, U. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a surprise midnight visit to Baghdad after canceling a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Pompeo told Iraqi President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi that they had a responsibility to protect Americans in Iraq. On 8 May, an advisor to Ayatollah Khamenei stated Iran was confident the U.
On the same day, Iran announced that it would reduce its commitment to the JCPOA nuclear deal, which the U.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani set a day deadline for the EU and world powers to rescue the current deal before it resumed higher uranium enrichment.
The United States Air Forces Central Command announced that FC Eagle fighter jets were repositioned within the region to "defend U.
The Pentagon said the buildup was in response to "heightened Iranian readiness to conduct offensive operations.
President Donald Trump at the United Nations, unless sanctions on Iran are lifted. In August , U. On 12 May, four commercial ships, including two Saudi Aramco oil tankers, were damaged near the port of Fujairah in the Gulf of Oman.
On the same day, the New York Times reported that Acting U. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan presented a military plan to send as many as , troops to the Middle East if Iran attacks American forces or makes steps toward developing nuclear weapons.
President Donald Trump later discredited this, saying that he would instead "send a hell of a lot more" than , troops if necessary. On 14 May, both Iranian and U.
Ayatollah Khamenei downplayed the escalation, saying in comments carried on state television that "no war is going to happen," while Mike Pompeo said while on a visit to Russia, "We fundamentally do not seek a war with Iran.
State Department announced that all non-emergency staff had been ordered to leave the U. Embassy in Baghdad. On 19 May, U. President Trump warned that in the event of a conflict, it would be "the official end of Iran.
The deployment included reconnaissance aircraft, fighter jets and engineers; of the troops were given extended deployments, meaning would be fresh troops.
Navy vice admiral and Director of the Joint Staff Michael Gilday said the U. On 20 May, President Trump said: "We have no indication that anything's happened or will happen" in Iran.
Weapons would also reportedly be sold to the UAE and Jordan. On 1 June, President Hassan Rouhani suggested that Iran would be willing to hold talks but asserted that it would not be pressured by sanctions and American military posturing.
On 2 June, Mike Pompeo stated that the U. We are ready to sit down," Pompeo said, while also stating that President Trump had always been willing to seek dialogue with Iranian leadership.
Iran's foreign ministry responded stating, "The Islamic Republic of Iran does not pay attention to word-play and expression of hidden agenda in new forms.
What matters is the change of U. On 6 June, U. Mehrfach sind in den vergangenen Wochen BBomber von US-Basen in der Region aufgestiegen, begleitet von Kampfflugzeugen des US-Verbündeten Saudi-Arabien.
Auch wenn es nicht das erste Mal ist, dass die USA starke Kräfte in der Region rund um den Iran sammeln, kommt der Schritt zu einer ungewöhnlichen Zeit.
Im November vergangenen Jahres war der iranische Atomwissenschaftler Mohsen Fakhrizadeh getötet worden. Er gilt als wichtiger Kopf im iranischen Atomprogramm.
Für den Tod des Kernphysikers hatte der Iran Israel verantwortlich gemacht, Beobachter spekulierten auch über eine Unterstützung oder Beteiligung der USA an dem Anschlag.
Infolge der Tötung von Fakhrizadeh hatte der Iran Anfang Januar bekannt gegeben, Uran höher anzureichern , als es das Atomabkommen mit dem Land erlaubt.
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