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April 6, 2013 10:11 pm

Iran Nuclear Talks End Without Resolution

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Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Photo: wiki commons.

Washington Post – Talks on Iran’s nuclear program sputtered to a halt on Saturday after diplomats reported scant progress in narrowing differences over proposals to limit Iran’s atomic advances in exchange for sanctions relief.

The negotiations in Almaty, Kazakhstan, ended in a frustrating muddle, with the sides describing the talks as constructive but ultimately fruitless in resolving a dispute that has raised fears of another military conflict in the Middle East. At the conclusion, the negotiators could not agree on dates for a new round of meetings, nor could they declare diplomacy at an impasse.

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  • I repeat…

    The optimal solution to the Iran/West imbroglio is for a Reconvened NPT Conference to be held in Jerusalem ASAP. (Sometime in 2013 or early 2014 would be fine. Better late than never.) The good people of the Holy Land and Persia deserve a future of mutual peace, security and prosperity. Which paradigm should prevail for the Middle East ? Vision, courage and trust building or myopia, cowardice and betrayal of trust.

    P.S. Mathematicians working with scientists from Google recently discovered that a Rubik’s Cube no matter how diabolical its configuration can always be solved in twenty moves if the correct algorithm is in place. They called this “The G-d Algorithm”.