March 11, 2014

Ukraine Crisis Could Scuttle Iran Talks

David Blair, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Will the new confrontation between Russia and America over Ukraine affect the chances of settling that hardy perennial on the world stage, namely the dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme? The short answer is that it could – and not for the better.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Iran, Nuclear Weapons, Russia

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