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Biden's Billion-dollar Question: Does Iran Still Want a Deal?

Following the Islamic Republic's recent election and ahead of a new round of nuclear talks, some in the administration are asking whether Tehran really wants an agreement or is happy with brinkmanship and stalling

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Alon Pinkas
alon pinkas
Alon Pinkas

Ebrahim Raisi’s election as Iran’s next president was predictable, and with the sixth round of the Vienna talks on the U.S. reentry to the Iranian nuclear deal reaching an impasse, it seems that seeds of new thinking on the accord have been planted in Washington.

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