May 15, 2014

Iranian Reality Check

Roger Cohen, New York Times

The Associated Press

Unreasonable optimism surrounds talks between Iran and major powers that resumed this week with the aim of moving beyond an interim deal to a long-term accord that ensures a limited Iranian nuclear program that can only be put to civilian use.

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