International Business Times quotes South Asia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Barbara Slavin on whether the conflicts in Yemen, Syria, and Iraq will affect the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program:

Yet Iran’s growing influence in Iraq has not affected so far the nuclear negotiations. The two issues are likely to remain separate so long as “the Shiite militia behave themselves and don’t harm any American troops,” said Barbara Slavin, who focuses on the Iranian nuclear program as a nonresident senior fellow at the South Asia Center of the Atlantic Council, an international-affairs think tank headquartered in Washington.

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