John Tirman and Abbas Maleki on Iran nuclear talks

Iran Nuclear Talks: What to Do in Moscow
The Huffington Post
June 11, 2012
Commentary by: John Tirman and Abbas Maleki, senior associate, International Security Program
Topic: Iran

“In March 2012, Iran and the representatives of the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council (Russia, China, France, United Kingdom, and United States) plus Germany — the so-called P5+1 — agreed to resume negotiations on the nuclear issue without preconditions. The prospects for a successful outcome are doubtful given the two sides’ distrust and fundamental antagonisms. But if there’s the will, there’s a way: a suitable deal is actually within reach.”

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