The Politics of Dignity: Why Nuclear Negotiations With Iran Keep Failing
A memo to the American delegation to Baghdad on understanding their Iranian counterparts A Tehran resident washes "Yankee Go Home" graffiti from a wall on August 21, 1953, two days after a U.S.-backed coup elevated the Shah. (AP) No one in the U.S. government asked for my advice on how to approach the nuclear talks with Iran today in Baghdad. Why should they? The negotiators are experts in diplomacy and in the tricky science and politics of nucle...
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