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Geneva Talks A Shift In U.S.-Iran Relations?

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Geneva Talks A Shift In U.S.-Iran Relations?

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Geneva Talks A Shift In U.S.-Iran Relations?

Geneva Talks A Shift In U.S.-Iran Relations?

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This weekend, the Bush administration is sending U.S. Undersecretary of State William Burns to Geneva to join talks with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator. The talks may mark a diplomatic shift in U.S. relations with Iran.

Deborah Amos talks with Ray Takeyh of the Council on Foreign Relations, about the military and diplomatic signals that Iran and the West have been sending each other in recent weeks.

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