sexta-feira, 3 de abril de 2015

Nuclear: US impatient

Negotiations between the 5 + 1 and Iran on Iran's nuclear program will resume this Thursday, but in Washington, the patient begins to run out.

It is increasingly difficult for the us Administration to justify internally the bet in what has been seen as a possible big foreign policy victory of Barack Obama.

"If we reach a situation in which the talks fall at an impasse, the United States and the international community are prepared to abandon the negotiating table. We have been very clear about the commitments that we hope for more than a year, "said Josh Earnest, White House Press Secretary.

The Republicans, who from the beginning were opposed to talks with Iran, accuses Barack Obama of making too many concessions just to get a deal and deliberately bypass the Congress, where they have a majority.

"The Obama administration could have traded a lot better. Especially in the beginning had many cards to play and gave the leeway to the Iranians there. Exchanged temporary and reversible concessions of Iranians by American concessions very important and irreversible, "said political analyst Mike Doran.

The Euronews correspondent in Washington follows the American internal reactions.

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