What If The Iran Nuclear Talks Fall Through?
Iran and six world powers are bumping up against a deadline to reach an agreement on its nuclear program. If the talks break down, what happens?By Matt Picht | November 23, 2014
There's not much optimism left that negotiators between Iran and a panel of six countries can reach a satisfactory deal on Iran's nuclear power plants before a deadline Monday.
Despite all the progress made over the last year, stark differences still remain between the two sides, and most outlets are predicting the talks will be extended once again to a May deadline, buying the negotiators more time to hammer out a comprehensive deal. (Video via Voice of America)
And although a total breakdown in negotiations seems unlikely at this point, that possibility always exists. So, if the talks do completely collapse without any deal or extension, what happens next?