Questioning authority: Negotiating with uninformed parties

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As the lead negotiator in 18 months of top-secret talks with Iran over its nuclear program, State Department Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman found herself negotiating as if through a dark screen. Rather than dealing directly with Iran’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, the United States delegation led by Sherman was assigned to interact

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