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No losers in uranium deal?

If struck, new deal on Iranian pledge to enrich uranium abroad is a win for all sides in the talks, said Michael Adler of the Woodrow Wilson Center of Public policy.

“If the deal is struck, Iran is giving the major powers confidence by letting uranium stockpiles be taken out of the country,” he said.

In turn, Iran will still be enriching uranium, so its right to develop its own civilian nuclear program is not challenged, Adler added.