What’s behind the latest European bid to save the Iran nuclear deal and how it could end up killing it

What's behind the latest European bid to save the Iran nuclear deal and how it could end up killing itWhile the European powers hope they have found an avenue to fix the Iran nuclear deal, it may actually spell its end. France, Germany and the United Kingdom filed a formal complaint within the nuclear agreement on Tuesday to force its remaining parties to convene and discuss Iran’s breaches of its commitments since last May. The step, known as the dispute mechanism, is meant to resolve differences within the deal when one party believes another is not meeting its commitments. If there’s no resolution, it could lead to United Nations sanctions on Iran resuming as quickly as 65 days from now.