U.S. and Iran Weigh Path to Negotiations

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For the first time since the Iran hostage crisis 27 years ago, the United States has agreed to negotiate with Iran, if the country abandon's its nuclear enrichment program. Guests look at a proposal that calls for serious concessions on both sides, what Iran wants on the nuclear front, and whether Iran will negotiate.


Kasra Naji, correspondent for Australian Broadcasting Corp.

Joe Cirincione, director for non-proliferation at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Trita Parsi, Iranian and Middle East specialist

Ethan Bronner, deputy foreign editor for The New York Times



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