21 Oct 2014
As the November 24, deadline approaches for the end of the Iran and P5+1 negotiations, analysts are speculating about the state of negotiations and what it would mean if a deal is signed. The circumstances and tone of the negotiations have changed since Iran is currently being viewed as a potentially valuable partner in the war against the Islamic State (ISIS). Negotiations have reached a level where there is the possibility of the U.S. lifting sanctions against Iran and allowing it to develop nuclear capacity for domestic energy purposes. Larry Wilkerson, member of the Republican Party and former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Collin Powell, says he is optimistic that negotiations with Iran are 95% complete.
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