How Will the U.S. Engage Iran?

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The United States says it will talk with Iran about its nuclear plans if Iran stops enriching uranium. Guests discuss Iran's nuclear future, and whether a U.S. offer to open talks will make a difference.

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Kasra Naji, correspondent for Australian ABC

Jon Alterman, director, Middle East Program at CSIS

Shaul Bakhash, Clarence Robinson professor of history at George Mason University

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