Foreign Policy/National Security/Nuclear Nonproliferation

30/05/12
The P5+1 (the five permanent members of the Security Council: China; France; Russia; United Kingdom; United States plus Germany) and Iran concluded their talks in Baghdad Wednesday after “intense and detailed discussions” on Iran’s nuclear future.
05/04/12
 Talks between the P5+1 and Iran are scheduled to resume April 13th, the first group meeting since June 2008. The P5+1 (the five permanent members of the Security Council: China; France; Russia; United Kingdom; United States plus Germany) came together in 2006 to provide a means of negotiation...
15/03/12
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13/02/12
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03/02/12
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14/12/11
Español On Wednesday, December 14th, President Obama delivered a speech marking the end of the Iraq War, while the last US troops based in Iraq are finally coming home. With the escalating rhetoric over possible military action against Iran, we must remember the costs and lessons of a nearly decade...
30/11/11
 Breaking News: The British government has closed its embassy in Tehran and evacuated its diplomats following attacks on its offices this week by Iranian protesters.  Further, the U.K. has moved to expel Iranian diplomats from London.  Following reports of an
07/10/11
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20/09/11
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