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Analysis / Opinion, Iran - West tensions, Opinion

Opinion: We Need to Talk to Iran, But How?


It is time for the United States to try something different when it comes to Iran; thirty-two years of sanctions and nonexistent diplomatic relations between the two countries have made the current situation dangerous. The risk of miscalculation is not to be underestimated. The situation could get out of hand very quickly if both parties do not renew talks on the Iranian nuclear program. Last week, Iran signaled their interest to renew the talks about their nuclear program with the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council along with Germany.

Foreign Policy, United States

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