Skip to comments.Nuclear negotiations with Iran end in failure
Posted on 01/23/2011 11:33:51 PM PST by Innovative
A high-stakes international standoff over Iran's nuclear ambitions came no closer a resolution Saturday as the latest round of talks aimed at curtailing the controversial program ended in failure in Turkey.
The two-day meeting in Istanbul between Iran and six world powers was in effect stalled from the very start, with Tehran insisting that it has the right to continue enriching uranium and demanding an end to United Nations sanctions.
Ashton said any expectations that Iran would respond positively to the ideas Western diplomats brought to the table were crushed.
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“The cable provides new details on China’s role as a supplier of materials for Iran’s nuclear program. An earlier State Department cable revealed that China helped North Korea ship goods to Iran through Chinese airports.”
Obama managed to make the US the laughing stock of the world, and making all of use more vulnerable in the process.
Maybe they didn’t apologize enough.
should be “making all of us more vulnerable..”
So much “News” today was predictible over 2 years ago.
“Nuclear negotiations with Iran end in failure”
Huh...who’d a thunk it?
Well, I swan. Color me surprised!
A sales manager at any car dealership could
have done better than the Obama gang.
Nuclear negotiations with Iran end in nutrino
Fixed it for them.
Right. Nutrinos those tiny particles of nut that
get caught in your teeth.
Neutrinos, yes those.
Aw Jeeeeeez are we still acting like that was possible?
China’s all about the money right now and the power they intend to weld with it for their own glory....on the backs of their own people or their neighbors makes no difference how the rest of the world sees it is immaterial to them...they simply dance around any opposition. So selling to Iran is just par for the course.
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