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  • Position : Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
  • Affiliation : Russian Foreign Ministry
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Further Sanctions against Iran Pointless

Sergey Ryabkov

The Iranian nuclear program: is it a threat, and can it trigger an arms race in the Middle East? Or are rumors about its dangers much exaggerated? What are the main problems with the approaches being used by the international community to address the issue? What are the steps Iran itself is prepared to take? Finally, what is the Russian strategy and tactics in resolving the Iranian nuclear problem? We have put our questions to the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov.


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (100), 2012

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