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There may be fresh movement on the thorny issue of Iran's nuclear program. EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has chaired a round of talks between Iran and the so-called P5 1 group of the US, Britain, France, China, Russia plus Germany. Many observers view these negotiations in Geneva as a kind of test of Iran's real intentions. What kinds of guarantees can Tehran's new government give? Can Iran convince the world that its nuclear program is peaceful?Guests:Malte Lehming – is the editor of the opinion page of "Der Tagesspiegel", he was the paper's Washington Bureau Chief from January 2001 to July 2005. Rafael Seligmann – is a German-Israeli writer, publicist, political scientist and historian. Azadeh Zamirirad - was born in Iran but grew up in Germany. She is a political scientist and editor of the international politics journal WeltTrends.Read more: