Political Cartoons Reflect US-Iran Gap
The new diplomatic initiative between Iran and the world’s six major powers has inspired cynical political cartoonists on all sides. But the sharpest cartoons have run in the Iranian and American press. They reflect longstanding suspicions between the two nations, which have not had relations for 34 years, about whether the talks in Geneva will produce a deal resolving the controversy over Iran’s nuclear program— and ensuring that Iran can have nuclear energy without a capability to produce a bomb. The following are a selection of cartoons reflecting the skepticism about each other’s true intentions.
From the Iranian Press
In Tehran, the failure of the second round of talks were widely blamed on France’s last minute stipulations.
From the American Press
Hanif Z. Kashani, a consultant for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Middle East Program, contributed to this roundup.
Veröffentlicht am 23. November 2013 in Atomprogramm, Gesetze, Human Rights, Medien, Meinungen, Politik und mit Diplomacy, European Union, France, Geneva, Iran, John Kerry, Negotiations, Nuclear, Nuclear program of Iran, Offbeat, Tehran, United States, Zarif getaggt. Setze ein Lesezeichen auf den Permalink. Kommentare deaktiviert für Political Cartoons Reflect US-Iran Gap.