Monday, February 18, 2013
Too close for comfort
Isn't it obvious that Tehran is playing "Long Ball"?
Delay, delay, delay and the bomb will be theirs soon and then the Genie will surely be out of the bottle.
Nuclear inspectors fail to reach deal in Iran
The deadlock is a chilling signal for a wider effort by six major powers to get Iran tackle the decade-old nuclear row.
Al Jazeerah -
UN inspectors have returned to Vienna from talks in Tehran with no deal on access to Iran's nuclear sites and no date for new talks.
"Despite its many commitments to do so, Iran has not negotiated in good faith," said a Western diplomat accredited to the United Nations' International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna who was not at the talks.
"It appears that we now have to ask ourselves if this is still the right tactic."
The deadlock is a chilling signal for a wider effort by six major powers to get Iran to curb a programme that they fear could give it the capacity to build a nuclear bomb.
The IAEA and Iran "could not finalise the document" setting out terms for an IAEA inquiry into possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear programme, chief UN inspector Herman Nackaerts said at Vienna airport after returning from Iran.
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