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Re: What Might a Deal With Iran Look Like? 30 Dec 2012 20:48 #691


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There seems to be slow movement toward another round of talks. There is also a certain amount of posturing from both sides, with perhaps a bit more positive reaching-out than previously, although not a lot.

So Iran's allowing a plane in trouble to land at one of its airfields may be part of the reaching-out.

Deputy Foreign Minister Hassan Qashqavi said, as quoted by the Iranian Labour News Agency, "If the trans-regional threats (against Iran) dissipate, then they will find it possible to visit Parchin." It's not clear which "trans-regional threats" he's talking about. Israel? The Iranian reading of some American statements as meaning regime change? Is this a graceful way, now that Israel has calmed down a little, to move toward allowing the IAEA to visit Parchin?

Mark Hibbs and Olli Heinonen on the IAEA's role.

But Iran remains rigid about some things.
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Re: What Might a Deal With Iran Look Like? 17 Jan 2013 20:41 #701


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Re: What Might a Deal With Iran Look Like? 16 Mar 2013 21:21 #727


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Re: What Might a Deal With Iran Look Like? 22 Mar 2013 15:14 #729


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Supreme Leader Khamenei may be willing to allow two-party talks with the United States.
On the nuclear issue, Khamenei said that “it’s been some time that the Americans from various channels have sent messages that they want to hold separate negotiations with Iran about the nuclear program, but based on previous experiences I am not optimistic.” He added that “from the American’s viewpoint, the meaning of talks is to encourage the opposing side to accept their terms.” However, he said that he “is not opposed to negotiations.” (Iran Pulse)
"US officials time after time have offered one-on-one talks" on the sidelines of negotiations with the so-called P5+1 group of major powers, Khamenei said in an address broadcast live on state television.

"I am not optimistic about these (direct) talks but I am not opposed to it either," Khamenei said, while visiting the holy city of Mashhad in northeastern Iran on the occasion of Persian New Year. (Channel News Asia)
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