Perhaps in an effort to make the world forget about the American absence during Sunday’s rally in Paris, Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif have resumed nuclear talks along with the other P5 +1 nations in Geneva.
The parties failed to reach an agreement twice last year. The current deadline is June 30th.
The Obama Administration wants an agreement more than life itself. If the Obama Administration was prepared to drop its demands of Iran not to enrich uranium and dismantle its centrifuges, Lord only knows what they will give in on this time around. Meanwhile, Iran is perfectly happy to string the Obama Administration along. I say no agreement is better than a bad agreement. If Iran does sign a nuclear agreement next summer, it won’t mean anything if they’ve developed a nuclear weapon.
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