- Staff Writer
Thomas Erdbrink formerly covered the Islamic Republic of Iran for The Washington Post . Before that, he reported extensively in the region, covering the war in Iraq and other conflicts.
As pressure increases on Iran to give up nuclear weapons ambitions, splits emerge over how to structure a deal with the Islamic republic.
Intelligence Ministry said security forces arrested an Israeli-backed “terrorist team” days before nuclear talks with world powers.
World powers are expected to press Iran to accept curbs on its nuclear program that would make it more difficult for the country to build a nuclear weapon.
Iranian politicians and analysts are offering a gloomy assessment of upcoming nuclear talks with the United States and other world powers, insisting that Iran will not agree to any significant cuts to its nuclear program.