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Further, there is broad understanding of what a more substantial deal would involve.Negotiators now have four months to address the details of the enrichment capacity Iran would retain and to agree how long any deal would last.This is a weak argument: The Iranian leadership well remembers the failure of the "tilt to Russia" in 2005-06 when Larijani led Iran's nuclear negotiators on the mistaken expectation that Moscow would moderate or block Security Council resolutions imposing sanctions on Iran.The initiative in Iran lies with supporters of the talks. Both reformist and pragmatic conservative newspapers refer to the chance of a "win-win" agreement, arguing Iranian negotiators have secured international recognition of Iran's "right" to a nuclear program and won new respect for the country through diplomacy. Currently Iran has 20,000 centrifuges, and the only 9,000 of them that are operational are IR1s.
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