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First reported Jul 19 2014 - Updated Jul 19 2014 - 1 reports

Dollars for fuel plates: How the Iran nuclear talks were kept alive

Negotiators will have another four months to get a deal done but they will have to overcome competing fixations with centrifuge numbers If nuclear negotiations were a World Cup football game, it's 1-1 and they've gone into extra time. It's a score draw ... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - Jul 19 2014]
First reported Jun 09 2014 - Updated Jun 10 2014 - 1 reports

A compromise proposal for nuclear talks with Iran

A US-based team of nuclear experts suggest a way of breaking the deadlock over Iran's uranium enrichment capacity As American and Iranian officials meet in Geneva to try to find a way through the impasse holding up a comprehensive multilateral deal ... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - Jun 09 2014]
First reported May 17 2014 - Updated May 17 2014 - 1 reports

Iran nuclear talks hit a wall in Vienna

Progress towards a comprehensive settlement slows to a crawl as detailed drafting begins It had been predicted that this would be the " sticker-shock conversation ", and that is how the latest round of nuclear talks turned out. The phrase, for those unfamiliar ... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - May 17 2014]
Entities: Nuclear, Vienna, Iran
First reported May 01 2014 - Updated May 02 2014 - 1 reports

Approaching a tipping point in nuclear talks with Iran

Scepticism is giving way to cautious hope in tough negotiations for a comprehensive nuclear deal "The early hours of July 21!" That was the recent prediction of a European diplomat involved in the multilateral, multi-stage talks with Iran over the country's ... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - May 01 2014]

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Progress towards a comprehensive settlement slows to a crawl as detailed drafting begins It had been predicted that this would be the " sticker-shock conversation ", and that is how the latest round of nuclear talks turned out. The phrase, for those unfamiliar with American retail jargon, refers to the unpleasant moment a prospective buyer eyes the price label on an object of desire. In Vienna, the object is a lasting compromise on Iran's nuclear programme, and the price came as a shock even to the seasoned diplomats who have been working away at this for years. One senior western diplomat had this to say: Perhaps expectations had been a little high...On some issues we would have probably expected a little bit more flexibility on their side Everyone is serious here.  We know that.  But we believe there needs to be some additional realism at this point.  As I said, significant gaps remain.  We need to see more progress being  made.  Time is not unlimited here, and we're still tracking towards the July 20th date to see if we can get this done. The talks were serious and constructive but no progress has been made."
...On television, Peter Bergen, an expert on al-Qaida and one of few people in the field to have actually met its leader, declared: "Killing bin Laden is the end of the war on terror." The mood this morning is likely to be more sober, as Americans cast their minds back on past premature declarations of victory, in Afghanistan at the...

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Dollars for fuel plates: How the Iran nuclear t... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - Jul 19 2014]
Negotiators will have another four months to get a deal done but they will have to overcome competing fixations with centrifuge numbers If nuclear negotiations were a World Cup football game, it's 1-1 and they've gone into extra time. It's a score draw ...
A compromise proposal for nuclear talks with Iran [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - Jun 09 2014]
A US-based team of nuclear experts suggest a way of breaking the deadlock over Iran's uranium enrichment capacity As American and Iranian officials meet in Geneva to try to find a way through the impasse holding up a comprehensive multilateral deal ...
Iran nuclear talks hit a wall in Vienna [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - May 17 2014]
Progress towards a comprehensive settlement slows to a crawl as detailed drafting begins It had been predicted that this would be the " sticker-shock conversation ", and that is how the latest round of nuclear talks turned out. The phrase, for those unfamiliar ...
Approaching a tipping point in nuclear talks wi... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - May 01 2014]
Scepticism is giving way to cautious hope in tough negotiations for a comprehensive nuclear deal "The early hours of July 21!" That was the recent prediction of a European diplomat involved in the multilateral, multi-stage talks with Iran over the country's ...
Iran, Israel and Arabs trade barbs at EU nuclea... [Published World news: Julian Borger's global security blo ... - Jul 11 2011]
Senior officials stuck to their talking points at a Brussels seminar but at least they stayed in the same room As advertised , senior Iranian, Israeli and Arab representatives gathered in Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday last week to discuss the prospect ...
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