US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman speaks with Kazakhstan's foreign minister, Yerlan Idrisov, on the sidelines of multilateral talks with Iran on its nuclear program in Almaty, Kazakhstan on February 26, 2013. (AFP/Getty Images)
Last week's meeting in Kazakhstan between representatives of Iran and the major world powers appears to have accomplished nothing, other than an agreement to meet again. But in fact, for Iran, the meeting was a success, resulting in what are, in effect, concessions that will allow it to proceed with its plan to become a nuclear weapons power.
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