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U.S. cautious on new Iran diplomacy

The Bush administration cautiously welcomed Iran’s new willingness to negotiate over its disputed nuclear program on Tuesday, even as it intensifies efforts to use international trade and financial levers to pinch the clerical regime. Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Tuesday his country was ready for “negotiations on Iran’s nuclear issue without any preconditions,” a reference to suspended talks with European nations that would give Iran modest economic incentives to drop suspect nuclear activities. Full Story

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