Is Iran paving the way for 'Iran deal' talks failure? - analysis

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Is Iran paving the way for 'Iran deal' talks failure? - analysis
By Iran saying that it won’t accept any kind of interim deal or a “step-by-step” process, it is setting the negotiations up to fail.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Published: DECEMBER 6, 2021

The Iran Deal talks have been largely unproductive, Iran's pro-government Tasnim News reported. It went on to say that Iran cannot accept any kind of “step by step” return to a deal or an interim deal, a view which has been echoed by the Iranian foreign ministry. Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has said that the new government’s goal is to get sanctions lifted. “Immediately after the end of the first round of talks on lifting the sanctions in Vienna, the European parties began to play the blame game and tried to make the demands made by Iran during the talks seem extravagant and outside the framework of the UN Security Council,” Tasnim reported.

This report is extremely significant is because it serves as a window into the regime’s thinking: It reflects the regime's analysis of the Western media, the Western mindset. They think that Western parties have “tried to pretend that Iran has made new demands beyond the [2015 Iran Deal], regardless of the issues raised in the previous six rounds of talks, through psychological operations and media atmosphere.” What this means is that Iran is accusing Western media of being affiliated with the governments of the West that held talks in Vienna with Iran.

more.............. https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/is-iran-paving-the-way-for-iran-deal-talks-failure-688028
 

athenasius

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Is Iran paving the way for 'Iran deal' talks failure? - analysis
By Iran saying that it won’t accept any kind of interim deal or a “step-by-step” process, it is setting the negotiations up to fail.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Published: DECEMBER 6, 2021

The Iran Deal talks have been largely unproductive, Iran's pro-government Tasnim News reported. It went on to say that Iran cannot accept any kind of “step by step” return to a deal or an interim deal, a view which has been echoed by the Iranian foreign ministry. Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has said that the new government’s goal is to get sanctions lifted. “Immediately after the end of the first round of talks on lifting the sanctions in Vienna, the European parties began to play the blame game and tried to make the demands made by Iran during the talks seem extravagant and outside the framework of the UN Security Council,” Tasnim reported.

This report is extremely significant is because it serves as a window into the regime’s thinking: It reflects the regime's analysis of the Western media, the Western mindset. They think that Western parties have “tried to pretend that Iran has made new demands beyond the [2015 Iran Deal], regardless of the issues raised in the previous six rounds of talks, through psychological operations and media atmosphere.” What this means is that Iran is accusing Western media of being affiliated with the governments of the West that held talks in Vienna with Iran.

more.............. https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/is-iran-paving-the-way-for-iran-deal-talks-failure-688028
Is snow cold? Is water wet?

They want to come out of this with great excuses for why they went ahead and made a nuclear arsenal.

Everyone wants to pretend that Iran entered talks because at the heart they don't want nukes.

Except at the heart they really really do.
 

daygo

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Is snow cold? Is water wet?

They want to come out of this with great excuses for why they went ahead and made a nuclear arsenal.

Everyone wants to pretend that Iran entered talks because at the heart they don't want nukes.

Except at the heart they really really do.
Good one.
 
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