Iran Nuclear Deal Could Cement P5+1 as New Great-Power Framework

Foreign ministers from the P5+1 meet at an hotel, Vienna, Austria, July 6, 2015 (AP photo by Carlos Barria).
Foreign ministers from the P5+1 meet at an hotel, Vienna, Austria, July 6, 2015 (AP photo by Carlos Barria).
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If ambitious aliens reached Earth tomorrow, they might conclude that the planet is too troublesome to bother conquering: The world looks like an ungovernable place. The European Union faces an ever-intensifying crisis over Greece. Arab powers and their Western allies are struggling to keep up with terrorist attacks and atrocities by the Islamic State. The U.S. military reported last week that Russian and Chinese assertiveness now makes the chance of great-power war “low but growing.” Can these crises be defused? The answer may lie in Vienna, where talks on an Iranian nuclear deal are coming to a head, after widely […]

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