TEHRAN, IRAN – There’s been a lot of talking going on lately with world leaders, but now it seems things have gone quiet.
Iran and six world powers reportedly ended talks on Tehran’s nuclear program after a four-day meeting in Vienna.
In typical U.S. government fashion, sounds like there was more “talking the talk” than “walking the walk.”
The chatter has been tabled for now, with plans to meet again next month.
Iran agreed to an interim deal last month with the leaders of the U.S., Britain, China, Russia, France, and Germany to limit its nuclear ambitions in exchange for lifting some $7 billion in sanctions.
More talks are scheduled for the end of January, but it’s starting to sound like a whole lotta hot air to us.