CNN quotes Transatlantic Relations Program Nonresident Senior Fellow Nicholas Dungan on France’s role in the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program:

“The French understand the value of time, and essentially they know that the longer this goes on, within reason, the more reasons the Iranians have to give things up,” said Atlantic Council senior fellow Nicholas Dungan.

“The French feel that we can ask for an agreement on specifics which the Iranians might be reluctant to give but which the French believe they probably will give in order to get the deal done.”

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