Iran nuclear talks: A positive first step?

Why, this time, both sides are staying positive

CSM: Iran on Monday sought to prolong the good vibrations from the weekend’s initial meeting with world powers on its nuclear program, with the Iranian foreign minister declaring that the disputes between the two sides can be resolved “quickly and easily” at a second round of talks next month. That may prove to be an oversimplification of what US officials and Iran experts still expect will be arduous negotiations before any diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear ambitions can be reached >>>


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Arash Kamangir

IR will be forced to drink the 2nd poison Grail

by Arash Kamangir on

It does not look good for IR and its blood thirsty ally syria. The civil war in Syria is the war between  sunni countries ( financing the rebels) and shia state of IR which will be lost again as it was the case with 8-year war with Iraq. IR will have to drink the 2nd Grail of poison and all the news showing that IR cannot wait to do so!!!

Dr. Mohandes

G.R rahmanian

by Dr. Mohandes on

this is not about being dumb. It is even worse. It is a sad and pathetic display of acting dumb.

Although sadly he has got one thing right and there is a minority out there that very publicly and loudly ask for a change in the system, why you ask? because the others are either getting the heck out, or are just remaining complacent only because they see no use in demanding a change! that is the bottomline.

Unfortunately, this attitude and approach has given fodder and ammunition to individuals such as our buddy sialashgar ke dor Begiran and carry on with their doo door dooring...Not everyone wants a change Bullcrap.

Sia jan'

don't put too much Baad in your sheypour...have mercy on The environment.

G. Rahmanian


by G. Rahmanian on

You are so dumb you can't think clearly!


Please Please Only a Minority

by Sialashgar on

Only a minority of Iranian want ragim chang. And how do you know the next regim

is going to do more for Iran and Iranian then this regim. And why can't we wait for the Iranian people to do when their ready like the last time .

And not ask Israel for help with regim change .Why is it that I don't think that you are smarter then I?

G. Rahmanian

Nothing has changed!

by G. Rahmanian on

Whatever the outcome of the ongoing negotiations, nothing has changed for Iranians. The greatest majority of Iranians want regime change and they continue their struggle against the criminals ruling their country.


You can't beat Iranian Join Iranian...... stupid.

by Sialashgar on

I have always said that Israeli and western leades are not as stupid as they look.But for them to evev talk about bombing Iran  instead of negotiating

with Iran was  very stupid..


the only positive outcome

by shushtari on

is when khayenei and the rest of his murderous thievs are hanging from the chenars on pahlavi avenue.

 sad that such monsters are being legitimized in such a way- while their hands are dripping with the blood of millions of innocent iranians, and while our young men and women our wasting away in evin and other dungeons......

I'm sure t parsi is having shots right now! 

Dr. Mohandes

Good Vibrations you said?

by Dr. Mohandes on

This reminds of that famous BeachBoys song.

She gives me good vibrations...

I am getting good sensation?:)) or something like that.


Please. Don't you ever catch a break? come on dude. It ain't as bad as you think it is.


USA Loves Islam and Extremism for Iran.

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

The People of Iran are being betrayed on an ongoing basis as a result of the love affair with keeping IRI.


very informative

by iamfine on

Each had their own view. I liked Arash from Stanford who attacked the Russian guy for his weak statement. Over all, it was informative and I am proud to see Iranians are getting exposure in US from their academic achievement