Iran-P5+1 Nuclear Negotiations: the Road Ahead
A year of negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 partners based on the Joint Plan of Action (JPOA), adopted in Geneva in November 2013, has produced significant progress, but a comprehensive deal has so far proved elusive. With important differences reportedly remaining but with the parties actively engaged in the run-up to the JPOA’s current deadline of November 24, the outcome of the current phase of negotiations is uncertain—although the parties may well be headed for another extension.
On November 25, the Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative at Brookings hosted a panel discussion to evaluate where the negotiations stand, to consider prospects for the period ahead and to discuss how the U.S. Congress, key Iranian audiences and other interested parties may react in the current situation.
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Executive Director of Research, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs - Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Founder and President - Institute for Science and International Security
National Advisory Board Member - Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
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Rather than serving as a unifying diplomatic exercise to highlight Iran’s troubling regional activities, the [Warsaw] summit primarily highlighted America’s diplomatic isolation from its European allies.