Feb 24, 2013 (Weekend Edition Sunday) — This week, the United States and Iran will once again resume a complicated diplomatic ritual. Along with representatives from Europe, China and Russia, they'll start new, so-called six-party talks, over Iran's much disputed nuclear program. The impasse over Iran's nuclear ambitions has dragged on for years now, and every time talks start up again, there's a lot of talk about how this time it could be different. To help us sort through the expectations around this latest round of talks, Weekend Edition Sunday host Rachel Martin talks with Karim Sadjadpour, senior associate of the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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