Kaveh Afrasiabi

political scientist and author

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Former Professor of Political Science at Tehran University, former advisor to Iran's nuclear negotiating team (2004-2005) and author of Iran's Nuclear Program: Debating Facts versus Fiction

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As UN Security Council members plus Germany head for Baghdad to talk with Iran about its nuclear program, is a breakthrough at hand?

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As UN Security Council members plus Germany head for Baghdad to talk with Iran about its nuclear program, is a breakthrough at hand?

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