IPD’s executive director Bijan Ahmadi commented in a report published by Asia Times about Iran’s new administration and the future of nuclear negotiations.
Bijan Ahmadi, executive director of the Toronto-based Institute for Peace and Diplomacy says: “Both Iran and the United States are interested in reaching a deal in Vienna to revive JCPOA. The alternative to a deal – escalation in tensions and even the possibility of military conflict – is highly costly for both countries.
“However, the main question at this stage is whether both sides are willing to provide enough concessions to reach an agreement. If negotiations fail, we should expect a significant escalation in tensions between Iran and the West.”
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