Iran out-maneuvers the West

Iran’s nuclear ambitions are simply the outward manifestation of its wider religio-political aims - regional hegemony appears to be its long-term aspiration.

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May 18, 2014 13:09
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EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton (centre L) meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (centre R) in Vienna April 9, 2014.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Vienna and Jeddah are the twin theaters in which Iran's growing self-assurance and its ability to out-maneuver the West have recently been on display.

Vienna was the setting for the latest round of nuclear talks between Iran and the permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany. Those talks are nominally a diplomatic means of preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear arsenal. The negotiations have a July deadline by which to hammer out a final deal aimed at limiting Iran's ability to produce nuclear weapons. In exchange, the crippling economic sanctions it faces would be lifted.

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