The signing of the Geneva Interim Agreement between Iran and the P5+1 on November 24, 2014 brought some optimism that a final agreement to solve the intractable crisis might be reached. However, a closer look at the details of the agreement shows that it does not change the current situation. Important issues remain without a solution. It is clear that reaching a final agreement will not be easy, since some hardliners in Iran sense that US partners do not want to face Iran even if the negotiations fail. They also sense that the weakness of the United States has pushed them to hold their positions on negotiations so that they can further benefit and continue building regional Iranian power. Washington’s approach to Tehran, this paper concludes, will force the latter to further use its policies of domination in the region. This is evident through the escalation of Tehran’s opposition to the security agreement between Afghanistan and the US, even after reaching a nuclear agreement with P5+1.