Iranian officials have made no secret about their desire to reopen nuclear talks with the U.S. and other world powers as economic sanctions dig deeper — with Iran’s supreme leader even depicting his envoys as waiting at the negotiating table. But Tehran’s proposals remain essentially echoes of demands made during previous rounds of dead-end talks that tried to force the West into a corner: Whether to allow the Islamic Republic to keep some level of uranium enrichment.
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