Wed Jul 8, 2015 6:34AM
US Secretary of State John Kerry sits across from Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on July 1, 2015, in Vienna, Austria, before a one-on-one meeting amid negotiations about the future of Iran's nuclear negotiations. (AFP)
US Secretary of State John Kerry sits across from Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on July 1, 2015, in Vienna, Austria, before a one-on-one meeting amid negotiations about the future of Iran's nuclear negotiations. (AFP)

The wall of mistrust between Iran and the US has grown so tall over the years that in diplomatic discourse it has become somewhat of a cliché!

Despite numerous attempts at getting a sustainable dialog going, the atmospheres dominating both countries have nipped those efforts in the bud. 

Iran’s nuclear energy program has been an excuse for both sides to sit together at one table again.

Meantime, no one is prepared to give an opinion about the future of this bruised and battered relationship.

In this addition of Iran Today, we will be discussing the long-standing mistrust between Iran and the US.