Iranians Will Accept a Nuclear Deal, But Not Just Any Deal: Poll

by Derek Davison Iranians are open to a nuclear settlement along the lines of what their government has already proposed in ongoing negotiations with world powers, according to a survey of Iranian public opinion jointly conducted July 11-17 by the… Continue Reading  

5 Things to Know About the Extended Nuclear Talks with Iran

by Paul Pillar The recently extended nuclear negotiations with Iran have had to compete for front-page attention with acute crises elsewhere. The agreement to extend both the negotiations and the interim commitments associated with them for another four months has… Continue Reading  

Fear of an Iranian Bomb Grips Capitol Hill

by Derek Davison With the rumored extension of the negotiations in Vienna on Iran’s nuclear program hanging in the air, a group of legislators and right-wing thinkers gathered on Capitol Hill yesterday to talk about what they believe a comprehensive deal with… Continue Reading  

Sanctions Relief Terms Could Sink Iran Nuclear Deal

by Derek Davison Most of the recent discouraging news about the talks between Iran and world powers has focused on the substantial disagreement regarding Iran’s uranium enrichment capacity. The two sides differ sharply on how much enrichment capacity Iran requires,… Continue Reading  

Tough Road in Vienna to Iran Nuclear Deal

by Jasmin Ramsey* Iran and world powers will resume negotiating a final deal on Tehran’s nuclear programme Tuesday in Vienna while experts warn the hardest work is about to begin. Representatives from Iran and the U.S. indicated last month that… Continue Reading