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Outcomes of the Russian–U.S. High-Level Working Group on the Iranian Nuclear Issue

Andrey Baklitsky

The article provides a set of proceedings of the meeting of the Russian-US working group on Iranian nuclear issue, which was established in November of 2013 by PIR Center and the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (NESA). The meeting of the group that took place in Gstaad, Switzerland and was later supplemented by the coordinators’ work in the first half of 2014, pursued the aim of supporting the positive dynamics of the process of negotiations between Iran and P5+1 and contributing to reaching of the Comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear program. The multifold set of expert views and recommendations provides an elaborated algorithm for all sides on the path towards the Comprehensive Agreement and the final resolution of the deadlock over the Iranian nuclear issue.

Outcomes of the Russian–U.S. High-Level Working Group on the Iranian Nuclear Issue (full text)


Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 20, Issue 2, 2014