Intuitive multi-faceted application of decisions on nuclear policy and Comprehensive Plan of Action joint

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Intuitive multi-page decision making matrix model knows The solutions and the decisions of policy makers in the field of foreign policy decision-making of multiple strategies including optimum strategies (and not always the maximum) at the time of making decisions Design a strategy, a set of practices and procedures which are the decision makers involved in the choice between multiple solutions As well as the decision rule that dictates how the results of the above-mentioned choice used in making real decisions so that policy-makers to apply a two-stage process A preliminary study of the solutions available and choose the best solution from among the list of results first step towards minimizing risk and maximizing profits That's why this model is better than other current models of decision-making in foreign policy decision-making on the nuclear policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran until explain Comprehensive Plan of Action joint


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