Can US and Iran agree on reviving 2015 nuclear deal? | Inside Story

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The dispute's been going on for months about who should take the first step towards reviving the 2015 nuclear deal.
Now the U.S. and Iran are engaged in indirect talks in Vienna, while representatives from six other signatories of the agreement - China, Russia, Germany, France, the UK and the EU - hold meetings.
The U.S. and Iran delegations will be in separate rooms with the EU shuttling between them.
The negotiations are aimed at getting all parties back on side after the U.S. - under then president Donald Trump - withdrew from the pact in 2018.
The deal was aimed at making it harder for Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.
And Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear programme in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions.
So, what are the challenges ahead?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom


Hillary Mann Leverett is Former U.S. Diplomat and Co-author of 'Going to Tehran'

Hamed Mousavi, Professor of Political Science at Tehran University.

Tariq Rauf, Former Head of the Verification and Security Policy Coordination Office at the International Atomic Energy Agency

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