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As the next meeting of P5+1 and Iranian negotiators approaches, the EU’s foreign policy chief visited Tehran, Senate Republicans abandoned another sanctions push, and Hassan Rouhani took his first trip as Iran’s president to an Arab country, and more in this edition of the weekly news from the Iran portfolio for March 8-14, 2014. Read more about Belfer Iran Brief—Lady Ashton visits Tehran and other news
This unique single-hatch Alutiiq kayak piqued the interest of Sven Haakanson and Ronnie Lind (Alutiiq representatives from Kodiak Island, Alaska in 2003) when they were consultants to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University (Figure 1).
In the run-up to a new round of Iran nuclear talks in Vienna, Graham Allison and Gary Samore gather the best analyses on how the role players in the negotiations could and should proceed. Negotiators must now pursue proposals that will keep all parties at the table and interested in the future of talks.
Matthew Bunn spoke with Sam Ratner about the distance still to go to reach an acceptable settlement in nuclear negotiations with Iran. "Neither side," Bunn warns, "really has grasped how much it has to compromise in order for there to be a comprehensive agreement." Read more about Video: Matthew Bunn interview for Iran Matters