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World at Risk: Don’t panic over Iran (until next year)

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 02:38

April 16 - The standoff over Iran’s nuclear programme won’t come to a head until next year, but there is little hope of a happy ending in Syria, says Nomura senior political analyst Alastair Newton.

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-- The it. I do believe that Barack Obama is going to continue to push. For progress on the Israel Palestine issue. But I certainly am in no child. The secretary of state shall carry is deeply committed to trying to -- -- this agenda forward and will work closely with -- policies in the region. I think he's close personal relationship with some of the key players could be a real -- font. But it is still going to be very very difficult thing how do you lose half of -- -- -- Not an easy prospect and frankly. -- personal -- suspension lets you know this philosophic. Tune into space station. I've heard Holtz in his throat close to the system like it -- We need to -- sanctions. And diplomacy. A little bit longer to work and I think part of the reason format is concerned about the security situation in Syria. Israel not wanting to risk the conflict by with the Iran while that is so much security uncertainty brewing all that border. So I think really would probably looking at the other -- of next year before we have to be seriously considered much can change between now that. Diplomacy might have a breakthrough in Iran sanctions -- -- -- I'm pissed me skeptical I don't think -- and I. This is sort of leader who is going to do that deal with the Americans easily. And I'm not sure that I Obama. Can puts an awful on the table that the Iranians who refused. All the discussions like that on Syria over the last 67 months with genuine regional experts. Basically come to the use of their own them good. Probably. Those guys who looks even if we save -- complete claps of the Assad regime. As opposed to say and I'm a white and fight -- -- that's -- somewhere without -- place around the place with continuing violence going. Between those things -- the big risk school systems those sirens and neighboring states officially. Lebanon looking more for its -- now -- was the case even a couple of weeks ago. Jordan. Hopefully getting some more paint with a refugee problem but still the risk it's been that.

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World at Risk: Don’t panic over Iran (until next year)

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 02:38