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    US Hopes to Resolve Iran Nuclear Standoff in 2013i
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    December 20, 2012 10:10 PM
    Resolving Iran’s nuclear standoff with the West is one of the major foreign policy challenges facing the second Obama administration. Sanctions imposed by the United States and European Union have hit the Iranian economy hard enough to possibly push Iran toward a diplomatic solution. VOA’s Guita Aryan reports from the State Department.

    US Hopes to Resolve Iran Nuclear Standoff in 2013

    Published December 20, 2012

    Resolving Iran’s nuclear standoff with the West is one of the major foreign policy challenges facing the second Obama administration. Sanctions imposed by the United States and European Union have hit the Iranian economy hard enough to possibly push Iran toward a diplomatic solution. VOA’s Guita Aryan reports from the State Department.


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