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International atomic energy agency has worked out a deal with Iran to open up that country's nuclear facilities.
To UN inspectors.
This is the US senate has approved a new set of sanctions leaving every option on the table.
Senior White House foreign affairs correspondent Wendell Goler has details.
On the eve of new talks on Iran's nuclear program the White House was unwilling to call them the last peaceful chance.
Reluctant to hope they'll succeed.
For one thing actions and fulfillment of obligations or another we are very clear eyed about.
They're friends leaders have promised the U -- nuclear watchdog it can resume inspections even at the parks and military complex -- nuclear weapons tests were conducted there.
The talks will involve the permanent five members of the UN Security Council and Germany and experts are skeptical.
If history is any judge this is one in a long line of stalling tactics -- the -- are pursuing.
In attempting to dilute sanctions dilute the momentum of into international diplomacy.
Israel's leaders convinced the -- still wants to destroy them for demanding a tough line.
-- should not make any concessions to Iran they need to put before it clear and unequivocal demands.
Sanctions have crippled the -- economy in those aimed at reducing its oil experts are just starting to bite.
They're -- in tankers have been kept in port by reduced orders and higher insurance cost.
Bucking the trend exports to China increased last month -- they're still lower than a year ago.
On Monday the senate passed the non binding resolution saying an attack on -- rants nuclear facilities is an option but not authorizing it.
President Obama has criticized what he calls loose talk of war saying it drives up the price of oil and undermines the sanctions against Iran.
And as he plans NATO's withdrawal from Afghanistan experts say is administration has no appetite.
For war in Iraq.
It's really doubling down on diplomacy with Iran the hopes in Washington and elsewhere.
Is that through diplomacy we can get Iran to get to yes.
Romney suggests the president is not being tough enough on Iran administration officials asked privately.
What would Romney do differently and they say there's only one answer to that question.
Brett won the -- a lot on north lawn Wendell thank you tomorrow.
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