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US foreign policy can be regarded as a significant motive of many events and policies at the regional and international levels. Possibly, the significance of US foreign policy towards Iran stems from the great position of both countries. Many other regional and international policies, as well as Iran, which is an important and influential player in a large number of issues, especially at the regional level, in addition to the most noticeable issue through which it interacts with a large number of main powers, led by the United States of America, as is the case with the Iranian nuclear program. And the US foreign policy towards Iran came with the supposition of (Joe Biden) government is different from that of his predecessor (Donald Trump).
From hardiness and forcing more sanctions and constricting the trap politically and economically on Iran to a new policy with a completely different view and awareness (which from the point of view of the new administration did not bring any real results about stopping the Iranian nuclear program and thus achieve the American interest), among the new directions that it adopted (Joe Biden) that more sanctions and tension in relations with Iran have not worked, or at least do not serve the American interest, as the existence of hostile or tense relations with Iran with all the elements that Iran possesses of geopolitical and political power and important natural resources may push it to be Companies and cooperation with other parties that represent a threat to American exclusivity, as is the case with Russia and China.
Thus, the United States of America turned to make its foreign policy with Iran (at least in principle) one based on finding solutions to Iran's nuclear program, which poses a threat to it and its allies in the region, while at the same time not allowing Iran to form strategic alliances in the region by countries seeking to challenge uniqueness that may signify a real threat to American interests, especially with the existence of projects.