Friday, 20 March 2015

Tehran may benefit from a nuclear freeze

As the talks over Iran’s nuclear program appear to be converging toward reaching a long-term comprehensive agreement, hints have emerged that Iran may be asked to cap its uranium enrichment capacity for a certain period of time. Although this is demanded by the United States, suspension of uranium enrichment program actually offers a valuable opportunity for Iran. It gives the Islamic Republic much-needed breathing space to strategize the country’s energy policy for the coming decades... Read more.

This article was published in The Daily Star on 20 March 2015.