Emad Kiyaei

American Iranian Council

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Executive director at the American Iranian Council, a bipartisan think-tank that advocates for closer ties between the US and Iran, and a researcher at Princeton University, where he focuses on Iran and nuclear non-proliferation

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In Vienna today, negotiators in the Iran nuclear talks have extended their deadline until next Tuesday as they struggle toward a permanent solution.

In Talks with Iran, It's Another Day, Another Delay

In Vienna today, negotiators in the Iran nuclear talks have extended their deadline until next Tuesday as they struggle toward a permanent solution.

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In the chambers of Congress today, the  Prime Minister of Israel challenged the President of the United States .

Netanyahu Demands a "Better Deal"

In the chambers of Congress today, the Prime Minister of Israel challenged the President of the United States .

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A year ago, six nations forged a temporary agreement with Iran to limit its nuclear program in exchange for a partial lifting of economic sanctions.

Iran’s Nuclear Program: Once Again, It’s Down to the Wire

A year ago, six nations forged a temporary agreement with Iran to limit its nuclear program in exchange for a partial lifting of economic sanctions.

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