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Gérard Araud
Pres. has been relentlessly trying to mediate between the US and Iran for months. Between a side where one man decides alone and another under a prudent and divided leadership. Two logics to reconcile to open a negotiation.
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Mahdi Oct 3
I can't tell them apart. which is which sir?
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Hassan Ali Oct 3
Had President Macron been more focused on ensuring His country's and US' compliance to the Agreement they signed, rather than photo ops the situation would have been different!
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Temporarily Sinking Tanker Twiterer Oct 3
Sigal Mandelker leaving her post is the potential signal for a good opening — her replacement could be key. And considering that is going to start lining up some real wins, some headline-worth wins, the timing seems ideal. Methinks the French President is 🎯 .
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J Oct 3
Avec le précédent Corée du Nord. Developer des missiles balistiques en renoncant au nucléaire vous êtes naïf ou beaucoup trop optimiste. Iran à l avantage et ne va pas le lâcher.
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Ali RASTI Oct 3
Les iraniens ont malheureusement montré qu'ils négocieront seulement quand ils ont le couteau sous la gorge l'exemple flagrant est l'acceptation de la résolution 598 de l'ONU un an après son vote. Quel dommage
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Alexandre Khadivi Oct 3
Faux. Les iraniens ne négocient que lorsqu’ils ont l’assurance de pouvoir faire confiance à leurs interlocuteurs, tout ceci dans le respect de la souveraineté de chacun.
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