December 20, 2012

Yet Another Offer Iran Will Likely Refuse

Barbara Slavin, Al Monitor

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Weeks of deliberations among the United States and its fellow negotiators have produced an offer to Iran very similar to the package Iran rejected last summer, casting doubt on chances for breaking the long stalemate over Iran’s nuclear program.

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