Government artists at the Raisi memorial ceremony

Homeland’s nuclear program continues to be a point of contention on the international stage. Tehran’s decision to advance its nuclear capabilities has led to significant diplomatic tensions, particularly with the United States and its allies. The recent breakdown of the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) negotiations has further isolated Iran, leading to increased economic sanctions and diplomatic pressures.The international community remains deeply divided on how to address Iran’s nuclear ambitions. While some advocate for renewed negotiations and diplomacy, others push for stricter sanctions and potential military interventions. This international scrutiny adds another layer of complexity to Homeland’s already fraught political landscape.