Blog Post - Iran Matters

Clearing Hurdles to Iran Nuclear Deal With Standoffs, Shouts and Compromise

| July 16, 2015

David Sanger, Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center and the National Security Correspondent for the New York Times, writes in the New York Times on the shifting course of American diplomacy with Iran during the negotiations on Iran's nuclear program. From the earliest meetings facilitated by the Sultan of Oman with Iranian officials, to the final hours of the tense negotiations in Vienna, he describes the shifting priorities and views of the American and Iranian diplomatic teams, and how compromises on sanctions and centrifuges allowed the deal to come together.

For more information on this publication: Belfer Communications Office
For Academic Citation: Sanger, David.Clearing Hurdles to Iran Nuclear Deal With Standoffs, Shouts and Compromise.” Iran Matters, July 16, 2015, https://www.belfercenter.org/publication/clearing-hurdles-iran-nuclear-deal-standoffs-shouts-and-compromise.

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