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Iran’s Nuclear Deal and the Day After: An Interview with Kamran Matin

[Negotiations about Iranian Nuclear Program - Foreign Ministers and other Officials of P5+1 Iran and EU in Lausanne. Photo via Wikimedia Commons] [Negotiations about Iranian Nuclear Program - Foreign Ministers and other Officials of P5+1 Iran and EU in Lausanne. Photo via Wikimedia Commons]

For more than a week, diplomats from Iran and six world powers have gathered in Vienna’s Coburg Palace to finalize a historic deal on Iran’s nuclear program.   The officials from Iran and the US have told reporters  “we are making good progress on almost all of the issues..But there are a few issues which … remain to be resolved” as a result, the self imposed deadline of June 30th is now extend to Friday July 10th.

This week, we spend the hour with Kamran Matin, Assistant Professor in International Relations at Sussex University about the sticking points of the negotiations, the impact of sanctions on Iran’s economy and polity, and what we may expect in the country if the issue of Iran’s nuclear program is resolved peacefully.

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For more than a week, diplomats from Iran and six world powers have gathered in Vienna’s Coburg Palace to finalize a historic deal on Iran’s nuclear program. The officials from Iran and the US have told reporters  that they have been making good progress on almost all of the issues, but there are a few issues, which remain unresolved. As a result, the deadline of June 30th is now extend to Friday July 10th.

This week, we spend the hour with Kamran Matin, Assistant Professor in International Relations at Sussex University about the sticking points of the negotiations, the impact of sanctions on Iran’s economy and polity, and what we may expect in the country if the issue of Iran’s nuclear program is resolved peacefully.

 

For more than a week, diplomats from Iran and six world powers have gathered in Vienna’s Coburg Palace to finalize a historic deal on Iran’s nuclear program. The officials from Iran and the US have told reporters  that they have been making good progress on almost all of the issues, but there are a few issues, which remain unresolved. As a result, the deadline of June 30th is now extend to Friday July 10th.

This week, we spend the hour with Kamran Matin, Assistant Professor in International Relations at Sussex University about the sticking points of the negotiations, the impact of sanctions on Iran’s economy and polity, and what we may expect in the country if the issue of Iran’s nuclear program is resolved peacefully.

For more than a week, diplomats from Iran and six world powers have gathered in Vienna’s Coburg Palace to finalize an historic deal on Iran’s nuclear program. The officials from Iran and the United States have told reporters that they have been making steady progress but they still need to overcome some unresolved issues. As of now, the deadline of 30 June has been extended to Friday, 10 July.

This week, we spend the hour with Kamran Matin, Assistant Professor in International Relations at Sussex University who discusses various aspects of the current moment from the sticking points of the negotiations and the impact of sanctions on Iran’s economy and polity to what we may expect in the country if the issue of Iran’s nuclear program is resolved peacefully.

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