Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif travelled to the People’s Republic of China in an effort to get its help in saving the nuclear weapons deal with Iran that the US walked away from and that Great Britain, Germany, and France, along with Russia and the PRC, remain in. Zarif insisted that
the world must normalize economic relations with Tehran and take “practical steps” to save the nuclear accord….
No, we don’t. There’s nothing to save: all the accord did and does is create a brief delay in Iran’s drive to obtain nuclear weapons so it can use them against Israel and, through its proxies and affiliates, others.
Aside from that, though, again: no, we don’t. Not until Iran normalizes relations with the other nations in the Middle East and then with the nations of the world at large.