Blame game quickly follows Iran nuclear talks

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The deadlocked international effort to ink a nuclear deal with Iran has spurred a global blame game over who walked away from the negotiating table and why. aje

It’s a war of words playing out in public statements from top officials and across social media with a bluntness that stands in stark contrast to the secretive nature of the negotiations themselves. And it raises questions about whether the debate will compound the years of mistrust between Iran and the West when the parties reconvene for talks in Geneva next week.

The blame game centers on a seemingly basic point of who put the brakes on what appeared to be last week’s march toward an interim deal, one that would exact nuclear concessions from Iran in exchange for modest sanctions easing.

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