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Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the clerical leader of Iran, told an assemblage of volunteer paramilitary forces on Thursday that he is not opposed to nuclear talks with the P5 +1 and would accept a just and reasonable deal.
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The deal with Iran is potentially an international game changer comparable to Richard Nixon’s opening to Mao’s Red China and Ronald Reagan’s overtures to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
The U.S.-led deal to freeze Iran’s nuclear program is a great accomplishment on many levels. Begin with the most basic: What if the talks in Geneva had failed?
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