Progress in Iran: Americans should appreciate the initial accord

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Author(s) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board
Source Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Date November 26, 2013
Quotes-start.png Perhaps most importantly, such an agreement, which was achieved under the leadership of the European Union’s minister of foreign affairs between Iran and the P-5-plus-one, has the potential, if implemented and expanded into a permanent accord after six months, to bring Iran back into the family of civilized nations. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position United States should not have signed agreement on the topic Geneva interim agreement on Iranian nuclear program.