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Abbas Maleki and Matthew Bunn

Finding compromise in Iran

By Abbas Maleki and Matthew Bunn
June 15, 2006

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IRAN IS considering the package of incentives the major powers presented in an effort to resolve the crisis over Iran's nuclear program. The US willingness to talk -- under certain conditions -- is an overdue step in the right direction. But for diplomacy to work, the United States needs a strategy that gives Iranian advocates of compromise a chance of ... (Full article: 782 words)

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