Iran’s controversial nuke deal with the US saw the Islamic Republic agree to give up nukes – known the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
It saw the US agree to waive tough economic sanctions under Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama.
Trump has now axed the deal, and the US is expected to reimpose sanctions.
And Iran has already threatened to restart its nuclear power.
Daily Star Online can now reveal all the different powers in the Middle East who have a stake in Trump’s key decision.
“One of the dumbest and most dangerous misjudgments ever entered into in the history of our country”
Trump and the US are the main force at play with the power to make or break the deal.
US military forces have a continuing major presence in the Middle East, including clashing with Iran in the Persian Gulf.
The billionaire made no secret about how much he hates the nuclear deal, calling it a “direct national security threat”, the “dumbest and most dangerous misjudgement” and a “catastrophe that must be stopped”.
Trump has fumed over the “sunset clause” in the deal which allows Iran to restart its nuke deal in 2025.
It is believed the US will attempt to force Iran into signing a new deal by dangling the threat of sanctions.