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Expert Meetings, the Sole Result of Moscow Talks
Friday, June 22, 2012

Certain members of the P5+1 -- which include the United States, the UK, France, China, Russia, and Germany -- had made up their mind to enter negotiations with the old agenda on the table. The Iranian side, meanwhile, expected to receive a clear response to its proposed package during Moscow negotiations which would set the course of future interactions.

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Importance of Moscow Talks for US and Iran
Wednesday, June 13, 2012

At present, Obama is facing a dilemma and should make a choice out of two equally disturbing options: either to pursue his own expediency at the cost of enraging the Zionist officials of Israel, or try to curry favor with those Zionist officials at the cost of his own failure in the forthcoming presidential election. Obama’s next problem is that he is losing time fast. Therefore, Obama cannot dawdle anymore because it is quite possible to lose his chance for a reelection while Iran will retain all its might and power, waiting for Obama’s successor to deal with.

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Which Side Will Lose More if Moscow Talks Fail?
Tuesday, June 12, 2012

If the West wants to see successful negotiations in Moscow, it should stop dawdling in the short period of time which remains before forthcoming talks. Moscow negotiations can only be successful if they depict a clear perspective for the acceptance of Iran's inalienable right, if the Americans offer Iran with something proportionately significant in return for Iran's consent to negotiate 20-percent uranium enrichment, and if the P5+1 shows its readiness to take practical measures for the success of negotiations.

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Basic Condition for the Success of Moscow Talks?
Thursday, June 7, 2012

Moscow talks can be a turning point in history of negotiations about Iran's nuclear program if and only if the United States takes practical and tangible measures to prove that its real goal is to make sure about exclusively peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear energy program and does not pursue regime change under the cover of such claims.

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Study of Obama Administration’s Behavior in Negotiations with Iran
Sunday, June 3, 2012

The latest round of negotiations between Iran and group P5+1 – including the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China, and Germany – on Tehran’s nuclear activities, did not proceed as expected. Although the two sides agreed to meet for a new round of talks in the Russian capital, Moscow, on June 18-19, international analysts have no doubt that the United States has been the main obstacle on the way of achieving acceptable and serious agreements in this round of talks. The approach adopted by the US representatives both before and during negotiations, and even after talks, when the US negotiator visited Tel Aviv, was full of conflicts and contradictions which characterize the framework within which the Obama Administration has chosen to deal with Iran’s nuclear case.

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What Happens after Baghdad Talks: Scenarios and Solutions
Sunday, June 3, 2012

The latest two rounds of negotiations between Iran and the group P5+1, known as Istanbul 2 and Baghdad talks, have provided a good ground for speculations about goals and objectives of the United States and its European allies. The following pessimistic and optimistic scenarios can be considered in this regard.

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Iran's Nuclear Case: West's “Empty Spoon” Policy
Sunday, June 3, 2012

While the American and Israeli officials are threatening Iran over its efforts to achieve peaceful nuclear energy, certain regional Arab countries are also getting attuned to US and Israel’s policies. The reason is that Arabs are trying by incriminating Iran to start an arms race in the region and create strategic friction. As the third round of nuclear talks between Iran and group P5+1 [US, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany] approaches, we are witnessing escalation of warmongering and threatening remarks by the American officials on Iran.

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From Baghdad to Moscow
Saturday, June 2, 2012

If one asked what were the results of two-day talks in Iraq’s capital Baghdad between Iranian delegation and representatives of P5+1 member countries – US, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany – the answer is that nobody budged from their positions. As a result, instead of a two-way success, each side was successful in its own right in Baghdad.

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Difficult Path to a Nuclear Agreement
Saturday, May 26, 2012

The latest round of talks between Iran and the P5+1 group – including the US, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany – has depicted a new outlook for Iran’s nuclear negotiations. Although no statement was issued following negotiations in Baghdad, and perhaps they fell short of early expectations in this regard, they cannot be considered a failure because an agreement reached by two sides to continue negotiations in Russia’s capital city, Moscow, proves that both of them are serious, as well as hopeful, about negotiations while being aware of the hard path ahead to reach a nuclear agreement.

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What Is the Guarantee for Implementing the “Step-by-Step” Approach?
Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The new round of nuclear talks between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers will be held in Baghdad tomorrow, 23 May 2012. These negotiations are held at a time when the apparently positive approach of Western powers towards Iran in the wake of the Istanbul meeting in April has seen a volte-face and given way to hostile statements typically expressed in the previous months. The international environment has also undergone a number of changes which will undoubtedly influence the atmosphere of negotiation to a great extent.

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