Moment of Truth Looms for Iran Nuclear Talks

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Iran president Ebrahim Raisi
  • Hopes are fading that a new Iran nuclear deal can be swiftly agreed when talks resume on Nov. 29.
  • Tehran is expected to use its nuclear advancements and ability to withstand sweeping US sanctions as leverage.
  • The administration of US President Joe Biden has limited political wiggle room.

The Issue

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