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There have been significant political, legislative and judicial developments in the two months since Hassan Rouhani (pictured) was elected president of Iran. The diplomatic dialogue has been cautiously positive and includes nuclear talks in Geneva and various discussions at the UN General Assembly.
While politicians look anxiously at events in Tehran to see how the election of president Hassan Rouhani, Iran’s former head nuclear negotiator, will affect Iran’s nuclear and weapons of mass destruction programmes, commercial organisations, including insurers and reinsurers, must negotiate a patchwork of multijurisdictional trade sanctions against Iran, which are among the most onerous ever imposed against any country