On 24 November 2013, the signing of the Geneva nuclear deal has been considered from many quarters as the beginning of détente between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran. Security-wise, the interests of Washington and Tehran may well return to be attuned as they used to be until 1979 and the Iranian exit from the Central Treaty Organization. Geopolitically, the two nations are natural allies and the animosity that has characterized their relations in the last three decades is to be attributed exclusively to ideological motivations.
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