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Sanctions policy will isolate US itself: Analyst

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The so-called deep state and the House of Representatives want the Cold War to be cemented, but America’s sanction policy will hurt itself more than others, says an analyst.

“There will be a self-isolation of the United States in the long run, because Iran, North Korea, Europe [and] Russia will begin to work with each other [and] turn their back to the United States,” Jan Oberg told Press TV on Wednesday.  

The United States’ policy is to sell weaponry to the world, instigate wars and impose sanctions, the founder of added.

On Tuesday, the US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to impose new sanctions against Iran, Russia and North Korea despite opposition from President Donald Trump.

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