After Kazakhstan Talks, Is Iran for Real?by
At the end of multi-party talks today about its nuclear program, Iran's chief negotiator Saeed Jalili called the two-day session in Kazakhstan a "turning point." Did he mean it, or was he stretching out negotiations to buy time for the expansion of Iran's capacity to build nuclear arms?
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