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New poll: Will the current talks produce a nuclear-arms deal with Iran?

SmartBrief on Business & Politics | Mar 23, 2015

Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced over the weekend that the latest round of negotiations has produced "genuine progress." The U.S. is seeking guarantees that Iran will not produce nuclear weapons in exchange for lifting international trade sanctions against the country. Iran says it does not want to give up its prerogative to develop a peaceful nuclear capability. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in his recent speech in Washington that any deal with Iran will threaten his country, and 47 Senate Republicans sent a letter to the Iranian government saying that a deal with the Obama administration may be overturned by Congress or the next president. This week's question: Will the current negotiations between the U.S. and Iran produce a nuclear-weapons agreement? Cast your vote below. You can also send us your comments, questions and suggestions at politics@reply.smartbrief.com. We will post the results Friday.


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