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Daybreak: Iran Open to More Talks

Plus Kushner to be offered and accept degree, and more in the news

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The reactor at Bushehr last August.(IIPA via Getty Images)

• Iran has accepted an EU request for more nuclear talks, though it’s not clear when. [AP/WP]

• A senior Syrian official expressed confidence that the regime’s crackdown on what has been a nearly two-month-long uprising would prove sucessful. [NYT]

• CUNY will indeed offer Tony Kushner an honorary doctorate after its executive committee overturned its board, and Kushner will indeed accept it. [NYT/CUNY Graduate Center Advocate]

• President Obama wished Israel a happy Independence Day. [JPost]

• Jordan’s King Abdullah II will visit the White House later this month. [AP/WP]

• Oh, and Glenn Beck is in Israel. [JPost]

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Perhaps in solidarity with those whose voices were silenced by the mob, Tony Kushner could read the text of the speech Martin Peretz intended to give at Harvard.

George One says:

It is unbelievable how the West is lulled into paralysis every time the Iranians say they want to negotiate – and of course each time nothing happens – and of course in the meantime Iran continues to advance its nuclear programme.
This is naïveté pushed to its extremes.

My peroblm was a wall until I read this, then I smashed it.


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