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Iran Agrees to Nothing Specific as Negotiations Wind Down

Mar. 25, 2015

No deal is better than a bad deal with Iran, right? That’s what Obama administration officials have promised repeatedly. Now it is time to see if they will honor that promise, as the talks with Iran to curb its nuclear production seem to have slid sideways. Ultimately, the only way to ensure Iran doesn’t obtain nuclear weapons is to have more access and more oversight into its nuclear program. But Voice of America reports Iran is resisting oversight: “Iran’s nuclear spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi was quoted Tuesday on Iranian state TV’s website as saying that snap inspections are ‘illegal.’ He did not elaborate. Kamalvandi was responding to the demand earlier this month by Yukiya Amano, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), that Tehran agree to the inspections.” Amano says the IAEA is not satisfied that Iran wants nuclear capabilities only for peaceful means. And Iran’s resistance to agree to anything specific as the talks wind down isn’t helping the unease. More…

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