Tuesday, July 3, 2007

UN Inspectors Invited to Iran For Talks on Nuclear Program

Since I haven't been posting add'l days of the trip I thought I'd post Iran-related news items here... now n then.

June 26, 2007, Tuesday
By MARK LANDLER (NYT); Foreign Desk
Late Edition - Final, Section A, Page 9, Column , 662 words

DISPLAYING ABSTRACT - Team of inspectors from International Atomic Energy Agency will travel to Iran at invitation of Iranian government to try to clear up questions about Iran's nuclear program; diplomats say Iran's move appears calculated response to rising international pressure over its nuclear ambitions; US reacts skeptically to Iran's invitation

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Although I didn't end up blogging while I was in Iran, I still want to share my experiences and impressions. I'll (hopefully) write each day about one day's experiences (much as if I were writing while on the trip, although inevitably the perspective is different). I'll also write separate posts to collect and summarize my thoughts and impressions on specific topics (i.e., the revolution, the government, women, etc.), based both on observations and on prior reading.

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