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By Larisa Epatko
A draft deal -- up for Iranian approval by Friday -- would require Iran to send most of its existing enriched uranium to Russia for processing, in an attempt to delay Tehran's ability to make a nuclear weapon.
By Anna Shoup
During a visit by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Russia, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the threat of more sanctions against Iran would be counterproductive.
Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the week's news, including President Obama's trip abroad to tout Chicago's bid for the Olympics, new moves on health care reform and talks with Iran on its nuclear program.
By Talea Miller
Iran agreed to open its newly disclosed nuclear enrichment facility to international inspectors Thursday, but President Barack Obama warned that the nation must follow its words with action.
Iran has agreed to a second round of discussions over its disputed nuclear program following a meeting in Geneva on Thursday with diplomats from the U.S. and other world powers.
Iran said on Tuesday that it will not debate its "rights" to operate nuclear facilities but did signal that a timetable would soon be forthcoming for inspectors to visit a newly-revealed uranium-enrichment plant.
By PBS NewsHour
Two of America's most important foreign policy thinkers during the tumultuous 40-year struggle with the Soviet Union are the stars of a new book -- "The Hawk and The Dove: Paul Nitze, George Kennan, and the History of the Cold…
Iran claimed a test firing of its most advanced missiles Monday, further stoking diplomatic tensions ahead of crucial talks this week between the Islamic nation and world powers over its nuclear program.
Iran continued with missile tests for a second straight day Monday, firing mid-range missiles capable of hitting Israel, parts of Europe, and U.S. military bases in the Middle East. Lindsey Hilsum of ITN reports.
By Tom LeGro
The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a U.S.-sponsored resolution Thursday aimed at ridding the world of nuclear weapons.
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