Engaging Iran - European Lessons for America: Tempting Tehran

Once presidential elections are out of the way in Iran, there may be a window of opportunity for a new policy to end the thirty-year standoff with the United States. Europe negotiated with Tehran for some two years until 2005, during the longest freeze in its nuclear activities. There are important lessons for Washington in any new initiative.

The World Today Updated 14 October 2020 Published 1 July 2009 3 minute READ

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