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By Bradley Klapper and George Jahn, Associated Press
VIENNA — An Iranian nuclear agreement is the Obama administration's grandest foreign policy objective, a legacy-defining endeavor that holds the prospect of ending the gravest potential threat to Israel and the Middle East and reintegrating Iran into the world community.
By PBS NewsHour
For a closer look at the international peace talks surrounding Iran's nuclear program, New York Times reporter David Sanger joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype from Vienna.
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
The U.S. is reassembling key members of the diplomatic team that held secret negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, leading to a breakthrough agreement, and sending them to Geneva for direct talks with representatives from Tehran in hopes of…
By Margaret Warner
GENEVA - It was 4:40 a.m. Sunday when Iranian Foreign Minister Javid Zarif strode in to meet the world press in the fluorescent-lit Geneva conference center. He'd had little sleep over four-and-a-half days of grueling negotiations, yet he flashed reporters…
Police stand guard outside the InterContinental Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland, where diplomats from six nations negotiating Iran's nuclear future are staying this week. Photo by Fabrice Coffrini/Getty Images GENEVA - There was little visibility in the fog hanging…
Iran-UN nuclear talks gain traction while both sides agree to hold next round in Tehran on Nov. 11: http://t.co/qR6G6dv1EN -MM— The Associated Press (@AP) October 29, 2013…
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif (R) attend a meeting about Iran's nuclear program on September 26, 2013 in New York City. Efforts to build diplomatic momentum in nuclear talks between…
Foreign Policy Debate May Help Voters Discern Candidates' Differences…
At the 2012 U.N. General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the hour was "getting late" to stop Iran from succeeding in its development of nuclear weapons. Netanyahu urged the U.N. to take decisive action against Iran's nuclear program.
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