Washington obstructed earlier P5+1 talks. Successful future ones depends on cutting that gordian knot. They also depend on recognizing Iran's right to pursue nuclear power generation peacefully.
Its program replicates dozens of other countries. Iran alone is criticized. Doing so is red herring cover for regime change. Tehran wants its rights respected. It wants lawless sanctions ended.
Its sovereignty is inviolable. It won't surrender to Washington, other Western nations and Israel.
Reports suggest possible new talks early next year. Unless conducted constructively, they'll fail like earlier ones.
On December 15, Mossad-connected DEBKAfile (DF) claimed Washington and Tehran held "secret one-on-one" talks. They failed.
Resolution isn't possible as long as America remains obstructionist. DF quoted senior Iranian negotiator Mostafa Dolatyar saying talks went nowhere.
Washington demands Iran relinquish its legitimate right to enrich uranium to 20%. He added that world powers "made certain connections with purely technical issues and something purely political."
As long as this attitude holds, resolution isn't possible.