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Closing in on a Deal with Iran: Assessing the Nov. 7-9 Talks

By Daryl G. Kimball and Kelsey Davenport (Updated 6:00am, Nov. 11, 2013) After three days of intense, multidimensional talks in Geneva Nov. 7-9, the P5+1 (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, plus Germany) and Iran are closing … Continue reading

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A Realistic, Meaningful Nuclear Deal With Iran Is Within Reach

By Daryl G. Kimball and Kelsey Davenport For nearly a decade, negotiators from United States and other major powers have sought but failed to reach a deal with Iran to guard against the possibility that Tehran may someday seek to … Continue reading

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IAEA and Iran Engaged in “Substantive” Talks

By Kelsey Davenport After the two days of meetings in Vienna the IAEA and Iran issued a joint statement that described the discussions as “substantive” and referenced the “new proposal” presented by Tehran. The proposal was described as containing “practical … Continue reading

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Finally, Serious Negotiations in Geneva on Iran’s Nuclear Program

By Greg Thielmann Based on available evidence, the atmosphere and content of the two days of six power talks in Geneva with Iran’s new negotiating team bodes well for the chances of achieving an acceptable resolution to the Iran nuclear … Continue reading

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Despite Israeli Doubts, Serious Diplomacy Is the Best Option for Iran

By Kelsey Davenport Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the UN General Assembly today that Israel will “stand alone” in order to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. It is good that Prime Minister Netanyahu is prepared for that, because … Continue reading

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Rouhani’s Inauguration: An Opening to Resolve the Iranian Nuclear Impasse

By Kelsey Davenport Hassan Rouhani’s inauguration today as president of Iran offers an important new opening for the P5+1 (China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States) to establish satisfactory controls over Iran’s controversial nuclear program. A … Continue reading

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Cliff Notes on the May 2013 IAEA Report on Iran

By Kelsey Davenport, Daryl G. Kimball, and Greg Thielmann The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) May 2013 quarterly report on Iran’s nuclear program indicates that Tehran is continuing to move forward on its nuclear program, installing more advanced centrifuges and … Continue reading

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