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US should consider offering Iran incentives: analysts

With all other options failing, the United States should consider offering Iran incentives to try and find a way out of the current impasse over its nuclear program, experts say. They argue that a debate at the UN Security Council on the Iran crisis is unlikely to lead to effective sanctions and say that a Russian proposal to end the standoff also appears doomed. “The trouble is that all of the steps that have been taken so far don’t seem likely to produce an acceptable outcome,” Gareth Evans, Australia’s former foreign minister and current head of the Brussels-based International Crisis Group (ICG), an independent think tank, said. Full Story

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