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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Revived Failure: Iran's Reality After the American Withdrawal of the Nuclear Deal is a work of non-fiction in the government and politics sub-genre, and was penned by author Fazle Chowdhury. Written for adult audiences due to the sophistication and complexity of ideas, this informative discussion piece tackles the tricky subject of the United States withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal. Taking a holistic view of the country as a whole, we explore the devastating effects of the withdrawal and how it has affected not only Iran’s relationship with other countries but the impact on the economy and the military presence there.
Author Fazle Chowdhury has crafted a very important and eye-opening document to help outsiders to the country of Iran understand how these decisions have affected them since President Donald Trump’s questionable decision making. The work is exceedingly well organized, taking us through the many discussion points and building to an overall view that develops a sophisticated viewpoint on the crisis in Iran with many facts to support it. I also felt that the author’s voice was fair and balanced, to the point, sympathetic but without losing either the clarity or professionalism required to make the statements as arguments. The grammar is clear and concise to this purpose, but also straightforward and accessible to the layperson thanks to minimal jargon usage. Overall, I would highly recommend Revived Failure: Iran's Reality After the American Withdrawal of the Nuclear Deal to anyone interested in international governmental issues and learning more about the global impact of specific decisions.