Iran Caved in to the West in Nuclear Talks, or the Other Way Around?

When an argument ensues over which side made concessions in the nuclear negotiations, it is safe to say that concessions were made. The question is were they enough to reach an agreement

Zvi Bar'el
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The media blackout on the nuclear negotiations in Vienna between Iran and representatives of the West, Russia and China makes it difficult to see exactly what was achieved, who made concessions, and, primarily, whether we can expect to see an agreement signed in the near future.

The Russian representative Mikhail Ulyanov who tends to take to Twitter to bypass the blackout, this week tweeted that “we will be able to sign an agreement by the beginning of February.” The Chinese representative Wang Qun said that “talks are progressing and will continue.”

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