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Iran / Nuclear Program / A Discussion #949115

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 01, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "How to Win a Cosmic War" author Reza Aslan, Stanford University's Abbas Milani & CNN's Candy Crowley about an agreement by Iran about its nuclear program. [ASLAN - calls the agreement for Iran to reduce its nuclear stockpile significant; says there will be a long series of talks on the nuclear subject, but these are bilateral talks between the US & Iran.] [MILANI - calls it baby steps in the right direction; comments on what Iran may agree to later on about inspections.] [CROWLEY - says the administration will not claim this as a win as President Obama says there is no substitute for action over talk.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:05:20

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