Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:51AM
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif gestures during a press conference following the conclusion of the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria, on July 14, 2015. (IRNA)
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif gestures during a press conference following the conclusion of the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria, on July 14, 2015. (IRNA)
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The decade-long nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group have been facing several challenges from certain corners, including a few regional countries, who have systematically been seeking to derail the process and as a result render any possible agreement between Tehran and the world powers unattainable. This notion itself is now being challenged.

Ever since the Iranian nuclear program became a matter of heated global contention almost a decade ago, not a single day goes by without it receiving mass coverage in world media.

There have been many talks at the table, and there have been many walks, away from it. There have been instances of understanding as well as misunderstanding.

And there have been moments of calculation and certainly miscalculation, but above all, there have been times when it became clear that proper diplomacy was being sacrificed at the altar of sheer animosity.

In this edition of Iran Today, we will be talking about certain difficulties the “Iran talks” have been experiencing, especially as put forward by Israel and Saudi Arabia.