U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken declined this week to state that nuclear talks with Iran are dead — despite a popular uprising challenging the authoritarian regime and evidence that Tehran is supplying Russia with so-called ‘kamikaze’ drones to strike civilian and infrastructure targets in Ukraine.
“There’s no forward movement,” Blinken said in an exclusive interview this week with CBC News Network’s Power & Politics. “The Iranians continue to try to inject extraneous, unrelated issues into the conversation.”
“With respect, is it dead forever?” host Vassy Kapelos asked Blinken. “The regime that you would be essentially personally legitimizing by negotiating with is killing people who are protesting against it. Is
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