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Nuclear deadlock
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Shamil Zhumatov/AP At the high-level talks in Almaty, Kazakhstan on February 27.

The latest round of talks between the West and Iran on the latter’s nuclear programme ends in a stalemate amidst rising tensions and heated rhetoric. By JOHN CHERIAN


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from:  Sharayon
Posted on: May 11, 2013 at 21:39 IST
One can only wonder what Barack Obama's response is going to be when Iran reveals its true nuclear colours. Iran cannot possibly have any legitimate need to travel through the Suez. And now we hear that the warships went to Syria. This is not a good sign.
from:  Philippe
Posted on: May 11, 2013 at 17:53 IST
America's vicious double standard on Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty[NPT] towards its allies and "axis of evil"; whom former President George W Bush famously coined is aggravating towards Tehran. Unnecessary sanctions will only deteriorate the situation in Iran, which has faced the brunt of sanctions. Instead of mistrust between Western countries and Tehran, they have mutual trust and held talks and negotiations instead of imposing their unacceptable wills.
from:  sanchuma goyary
Posted on: May 6, 2013 at 20:55 IST
If we think morally, then before asking Iran to stop its nuclear program, all nuclear capable countries must go for nuclear disarmament. But foreign policies are not governed morally. so we need a better pragmatic approach. since the situation is leading towards a war in West Asia. So the countries like Russia, China and India must come not in support of Iran but against Israel, and force Israel to sign Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and then ask Israel for nuclear disarmament. Only this can bring regional stability. but this too seems next to impossible job without support form U.S.
from:  Sandeep
Posted on: May 6, 2013 at 13:33 IST
nuclear proliferation should be condemned at every level equivocally.
from:  omprakash
Posted on: May 1, 2013 at 13:53 IST
nuclear proliferation at any level must be equivocally condemned and steps should be taken to combat any hostile environment in consonance with nuclear weapenory but undue restrictions and interference in Arab countries would not seek peaceful path..
from:  omprakash
Posted on: May 1, 2013 at 13:49 IST
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