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Squaring the Iranian Nuclear Circle: Defining Uranium Enrichment Capacity and Other Key Issues
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Next week, negotiators from the United States, other world powers, and Iran will resume talks in New York to try to reach a comprehensive nuclear deal.
While significant progress has already been made on a number of key issues, negotiators remain far apart on how to define the size and scope of Iran's uranium enrichment program. But a win-win formula is possible, if both sides are willing to be creative and move beyond maximalist positions.
At this briefing, three leading experts will outline the key issues, the major hurdles, the political dynamics inside Iran, and realistic options for getting to "yes" -- including a new Arms Control Association/International Crisis Group proposal on how to define Iran's uranium enrichment program under a comprehensive deal.
Join our group of experts as we discuss creative options for reaching a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran.
Kelsey Davenport, Nonproliferation Analyst, Arms Control Association;
Paul Pillar, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Center for Security Studies, Georgetown University;
James Walsh, Research Associate, Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and
Daryl G. Kimball, (moderator), Executive Director, Arms Control Association.
September 15th, 2014 9:30 AM
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Root Room 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC20036 United States