Robert Malley (third from left) was part of the US team that negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Photo: Reuters Robert Malley (third from left) was part of the US team that negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Photo: Reuters
Robert Malley (third from left) was part of the US team that negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Photo: Reuters
Iran

Could an Iran nuclear deal be the start of a US-China relations reset?

  • Top Chinese and American envoys have already held in-depth talks on the issue and the leaders of both countries have expressed a need for common ground
  • But big differences remain and a new agreement with Tehran might be tougher to broker this time around, observers say

Topic |   Iran
Robert Malley (third from left) was part of the US team that negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Photo: Reuters Robert Malley (third from left) was part of the US team that negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Photo: Reuters
Robert Malley (third from left) was part of the US team that negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement in 2015. Photo: Reuters
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