Iran announced today that it's begun suspending its most advanced nuclear enrichment, which could produce fuel for atomic bombs. UN inspectors agree. In response, Western nations will relax economic sanctions and begin six months of negotiations to make a permanent deal. It could mark the beginning of the end of Iran's diplomatic isolation, but hardliners on both sides call it a sham. Is Iran still hiding efforts to produce an atomic bomb? Are the Western powers, China and Russia just trying to maintain their monopoly on nuclear weaponry?
The Nuclear Deal with Iran Gets Underway
Thomas Erdbrink - New York Times - @ThomasErdbrink, Jon Wolfsthal - Monterey Institute of International Studies - @CNSWolfsthal, Robin Wright - contributing writer at The New Yorker magazine, and a joint fellow at U.S. Institute of Peace and the Woodrow Wilson Center - @wrightr, Clifford D. May - Foundation for the Defense of Democracies - @CliffordDMay