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    EU's Ashton accepts Iranian offer of nuclear talks

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    [/COLOR]Catherine Ashton's answer follows weeks of consultations with EU powers; fears remain that Tehran's continuing activities geared toward developing nuclear weapons; Iran say it will have new initiatives to bring to table.

    http://www.jpost.com/IranianThreat/N...aspx?id=260685

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    ^^ positive developments

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRN34 View Post
    ^^ positive developments
    I read the article, how can you tell it's 'positive', and not just another chain yank? Or did you forget a "?" after your statement....was it a statement or a question?

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    So Iran wants Nuclear tech ... Imagine of Chavez also wanted it .are we going to see an all out invasion of his country or the Atlantic fleet moved off the coast simple because he ain't as a nice guy ,,Nations simply can't dictate to others what they can or can't have when they have it themselves ..


    it simply reeks of blatent hypocrisy ...just because the Iranian regime ain't personal **** lickers of Western Nation's or buys in a **** load of products . There is no justification to single out nations for seeking such things ..

    Yet nations are quick to buy there Oil .. oh the Irony

    No body stopped Russia China , Pakistan ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by timetraveller View Post
    So Iran wants Nuclear tech ... Imagine of Chavez also wanted it .are we going to see an all out invasion of his country or the Atlantic fleet moved off the coast simple because he ain't as a nice guy ,,Nations simply can't dictate to others what they can or can't have when they have it themselves ..


    it simply reeks of blatent hypocrisy ...just because the Iranian regime ain't personal **** lickers of Western Nation's or buys in a **** load of products . There is no justification to single out nations for seeking such things ..

    Yet nations are quick to buy there Oil .. oh the Irony

    No body stopped Russia China , Pakistan ..
    Venezuela/Chavez is not a good comparison for Iran/Gardian council (my opinion)........They (Iran) make enough enemy without the nuclear bomb, they support terror acts all over the world. That is why the nuclear bomb in Irans hands is so unacceptable. Plus the ambigious ways of Iran do not help to come to a middle ground. You talk about the hypocrisy of taking action, YET if my memory is correct, it is you who frequently will verbally chastise 'western' leaders for NOT taking action in Syria....Is that not a hypocrisy in itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideline View Post
    Venezuela/Chavez is not a good comparison for Iran/Gardian council (my opinion)........They (Iran) make enough enemy without the nuclear bomb, they support terror acts all over the world. That is why the nuclear bomb in Irans hands is so unacceptable. Plus the ambigious ways of Iran do not help to come to a middle ground. You talk about the hypocrisy of taking action, YET if my memory is correct, it is you who frequently will verbally chastise 'western' leaders for NOT taking action in Syria....Is that not a hypocrisy in itself?
    The difference between a goody two shoes and a Outsider is The fact all this talk of action against Iran would infact never exist ..if the Iranian regime were all nice n cosy etc etc ..

    If your seen as a good guy you can get anything you want .. if you ain't the cliquey crowd make it hard for you

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    Ok, thanks for your reply....

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    France: Iran continues to be 'two-faced' on nuclear issue

    French FM says he is skeptical that renewed nuclear talks with Iran will succeed; Iranian parliament speaker accuses world powers of double standards on nuclear issue.


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    France's Foreign Minister said on Wednesday he was skeptical renewed talks between six world powers and Iran would succeed as Tehran was still not sincere in its willingness to negotiate over the future of its nuclear program.

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    "I am a little skeptical ... I think Iran continues to be two-faced," French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe told France's i-Tele television.

    "That's why I think we have to continue to be extremely firm on sanctions, which in my view are the best way to prevent a military option that would have unforeseeable consequences."


    http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-e...issue-1.417054


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    Israel cautiously welcomes Western nuclear talks with Iran

    National Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror: There will be no one happier than Israel if Iran gives up its military nuclear capability through talks.

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    Tuesday's announcement of new talks followed a visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the United States, where President Barack Obama said the talks offered a diplomatic chance to quiet the "drums of war".

    "I'm very happy that they are opening discussions," said Netanyahu's national security adviser, Yaakov Amidror.

    "There will be no one happier than us, and the prime minister said this in his own voice, if it emerges that in these talks Iran will give up on its military nuclear capability," he told Israel Radio.

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    "It should be clear that without a real military alternative, the Iranians will not relent in the negotiations. And without there being a serious alternative, they will not enter the negotiations, and in any event there has to be readiness for the negotiations failing," Amidror said.

    Netanyahu's spokesman Liran Dan said there had been no U.S. effort to veto or endorse any military action by Israel on Iran.

    "A red light was not given. And if we're already talking about colors, then a green light was not given either," he said in remarks to both radio stations. "If there are red lines being discussed, they are not between us and the Americans, but rather, between the international community and Iran."

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomac...-iran-1.417087[/COLOR][/COLOR]

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    Khamenei praises Obama for calming the drums of war

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    [*******#8F8F8F]03/08/2012 13:13[/COLOR]
    Iran's supreme leader criticizes the US president's call for continued sanctions against the Islamic Republic; Obama warned against the "casualness" of talk about possible military action.

    http://www.jpost.com/IranianThreat/N...aspx?id=260982


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    Netanyahu: I don't think war with Iran is inevitable

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    [*******#8F8F8F]03/08/2012 09:51[/COLOR]
    In interview with FOX, PM reiterates the only way Iran can be prevented from developing nukes is if there's a credible military threat, which paradoxically, would mean there's no need for a military option.


    http://www.jpost.com/IranianThreat/N...aspx?id=260959

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    Report: U.S. asked Russia to warn Iran of 'last chance' to avoid military strike

    Clinton reportedly told her Russian counterpart to rely message to Tehran that it must engage in talks with world powers or face a military strike within months, according to Russian daily Kommersant.

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    According to the Russian newspaper, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in New York on Monday to tell Tehran that it has one last chance to solve the conflict peacefully by making progress in the talks with the P5+1 group - United States, Britain, France, Russia, China, and Germany. Otherwise, an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities will occur within months, the diplomats said.

    The report in Kommersant did not give further details regarding the kind of military action the U.S. was threatening, but quoted Russian diplomats at the UN as saying they believe that it is a "matter of when, not if" Israel would strike Iran's nuclear facilities.
    Last week, Clinton said that there is still space for diplomacy to resolve Iran's nuclear standoff with the West shortly after European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton announced that the P5+1 group agreed to restart talks with Iran. A time and venue of the talks has yet to be set.
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a series of television interviews, said last week that an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities could take place within months.

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-e...trike-1.418613

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    ^ months being after the US election ?

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    Iran: West must accept success of our nuclear program

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    [*******#8F8F8F]03/18/2012 23:08[/COLOR]

    Senior Iranian lawmaker says Iran will make no concessions on its nuclear program, P5+1 group must accept Tehran's advances in nuclear energy, technology in order to avoid "heavy losses," Press TV reports.



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    The international group tasked with negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program, known as the P5+1, has accepted an Iranian offer to restart talks with Tehran.

    Alaeddin Boroujerdi, the head of Iran's Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, said that the P5+1 must acknowledge Iran's achievements in its civilian nuclear program, including advances in nuclear energy production and medical technology.

    Iran would not make concessions on its nuclear program, Boroujerdi said according to the report.

    http://www.jpost.com/IranianThreat/N...aspx?id=262381

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