Tempting Tehran

On one subject, at least, Europe and the U.S. are united: neither wants Iran to get the bomb. But officials on both sides of the Atlantic are pessimistic about a deal with Tehran that could prevent it from developing the capacity to build a nuclear weapon. "We're giving it another try, but there's a lot of skepticism," says one European diplomat. After G-8 members met last week to devise a package of inducements and threats, reports emerged that Britain, France and Germany would offer Tehran new trade talks and access to Russian nuclear fuel, if the country halted its nuclear ambitions....

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