Cautious but pronounced optimism. That was the message from US President Barack Obama when he at the press conference last Thursday launched the framework for a comprehensive agreement on Iran's nuclear program. The agreement was signed in overtime after the latest in a long series of negotiation sessions in the Swiss cities of Geneva and Lausanne, between Iran on the one hand, and with the United States, Germany, Britain, France, Russia and China as counterparts. "It. . .
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