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PRO: A nuclear deal benefits all parties

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Post by Admin on Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:14 pm

Trita Parsi: At this point it does look quite likely that there will be a deal. The signs so far have all been positive. There's no guarantee of course. But they're very close, they're closer than they've ever been before, and we haven't really seen any particularly negative signs coming out.

John Kerry und Javad Zarif at the negotiating table. (Photo: REUTERS/State Department/Handout)A comprehensive nuclear deal would be beneficial for Iran and the world powers, says Iran expert Trita Parsi. In an interview with DW, he explains why - and criticizes the critics of the negotiations.

DW: Mr. Parsi, nuclear talks in Vienna are continuing. Do you think there will be a comprehensive deal between the P5+1 and Iran?

The fact that the June 30th deadline was missed is frankly expected, and it didn't seem like too many people were even taking that deadline very seriously. The real practical deadline is July 7th or 8th, mindful of the Congressional deadline that has been imposed through the Corker Bill.

Who will benefit from that deal?

I think everyone will benefit from that deal. The West will definitely benefit, because this will close off Iran's path to a nuclear bomb. It will pacify this issue. The Iranians will benefit because their nuclear program will end up becoming normalized, and they will have sanctions lifted, and there will be an opportunity to be able to restore relations on a much better footing with the West, which is critical for both sides.

At the end of the day, the Middle East is in complete turmoil, there's a significant spread of radicalism, and Iran is an extremely important player that can in many ways affectively work against this radicalism, particularly the Sunni Salafist radicalism that is coming out of Saudi Arabia, and were seeing what's happening in Syria and Iraq right now......................

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