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Iran's domestic crisis in the aftermath of June's disputed presidential election has dominated world headlines in recent weeks. But as the dust settles it is the international dimension of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's second term – and especially the future of the Islamic republic's nuclear programme – that is concentrating minds in the US, Europe and Israel.
The US vice-president, Joe Biden, made the point bluntly last weekend when he repeated Barack Obama's offer to negotiate with Tehran