Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Getting Ready For Nuclear Talks With Iran

Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili speaks with journalists at Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport ahead of his departure for talks in Geneva. Reuters

Possibility Of A Nuclear-Armed Iran Alarms Arabs -- The New York Times

CAIRO — As the West raises the pressure on Iran over its nuclear program, Arab governments, especially the small, oil-rich, nations in the Persian Gulf, are growing increasingly anxious. But they are concerned not only with the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran but also with the more immediate threat that Iran will destabilize the region if the West presses too hard, according to diplomats, regional analysts and former government officials.

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More News On Thursday's Talks

U.S. and Iran Make Offers on Nuclear Talks -- Wall Street Journal
U.S. may speak directly with Iran at talks -- L.A. Times
U.N. Awaits Iran's Word on Nuclear Inspections -- Wall Street Journal
US strategy at Iran nuclear talks: threaten sanctions -- Christian Science Monitor
Six powers, Tehran to discuss Iran's nuclear program in Geneva -- RIA Novosti
Nuclear Issue To Be Focus Of Six-Power Iranian Talks -- Voice of America
Iran Won’t Bend in Atomic Talks With Those It Blames for Unrest -- Bloomberg

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