China Remains Skeptical of Iran Sanctions Push
The Natanz Nuclear facility, Iran
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China is pouring cold water on the Obama Administration's push for more sanctions on Iran if there's no progress in nuclear talks with Tehran this month. Beijing says dialogue, not new sanctions, is the way to go, casting doubt on Washington's ability to win U.N. Security Council endorsement for the new sanctions it hopes to impose as the penalty for Iran refusing to engage positively with Western negotiation offers.
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