On the third and final day of this week’s round of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 in Vienna, the consensus among the participating delegates was deceptively straightforward: while a good start has been made, there is still some way to go before a final deal on Iran’s nuclear program can be struck.

Officials confirmed on 20 February that they had agreed to both a timetable and framework for negotiating a comprehensive agreement to end the long-standing deadlock on Iran’s contentious nuclear activities. (CONTINUED - 1124 WORDS)