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Deadlines Loom in Iran Nuclear Standoff

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Deadlines Loom in Iran Nuclear Standoff

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Deadlines Loom in Iran Nuclear Standoff

Deadlines Loom in Iran Nuclear Standoff

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Iran says it will respond by Tuesday to an offer of economic and political incentives, in exchange for suspending its uranium-enrichment program. Meanwhile, a United Nations Security Council resolution demands that Iran cease uranium enrichment by the end of this month.

Guests:

Kasra Naji, correspondent for Australian Broadcasting Corp.

Trita Parsi, Iranian and Middle East specialist; born in Iran; author of forthcoming Treacherous Triangle: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran and the United States

Dominique Moisi, deputy director of the French Institute for International Relations

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