The Christian Science Monitor recently asked me to write a short piece on the recent nuclear talks with Iran. From America’s perspective, these talks have been about the nuclear program. But from Iran’s point of view, there can be no resolution of the nuclear program without resolving Iran’s broader insecurity. Ultimately, these talks must be a part of a broader realignment of the US-Iranian relationship. I outline four ways to move forward: acknowledge assumptions; reconcile interests, not positions; remain committed to a process of diplomacy; and include participants that can bridge the gaps.
The article’s available here or in full at http://www.csmonitor.com/layout/set/print/content/view/print/529780