After the negotiations over the Iranian nuclear program in Vienna ended in a delay, two leading experts offer their thoughts and cautious optimist to the European Leadership Network.
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Sir Richard Dalton, former British Ambassador to Iran, offers his thoughts on what’s next for the Iranian nuclear negotiations, outlining the difficulties and oportunities ahead for the UNP5+1.
Marcin Piotrowski observes that the recent postponement of the Iranian nuclear talks may reflect a strategic reticence on the part of the Iranian supreme leader, who is not willing to risk the internal stability of Iran to secure a deal.
Dan Plesch argues that regional events make a US – Iranian detente more likely, but this will not solve the inherent instability of the middle east.
As talks in Vienna end in a further delay in the deadline to agree a deal on Iran’s nuclear program, the ELN invites three experts to offer their opinions.
Oliver Meier argues that it is time for France, Germany and the United Kingdom to resume their leading role in the Iranian negotiations, with much to gain and little to lose from a courageous effort to save diplomacy.