May 16th, 2012 by sfs
During the last three decades, the United States and Iran, despite continued animosity, have on many occasions tried to negotiate, and at times have even come together on a negotiation table. However, none of these attempts could be sustained and today both countries struggle to engage substantially on the issues that divide them. Why can’t the two sides negotiate and how might the problem be addressed? This panel brought together a number of former American and Iranian officials and experts who discussed the dilemma and offered solutions.