Iran and world powers have agreed to a framework and timetable for negotiations aimed at permanently ending the military threat posed by Tehran’s nuclear program, according to Iranian and Western officials. Iran and the international diplomatic bloc—comprised of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany, or P5+1—will meet again in Vienna on March 17 to 20, according to a Western diplomat, and are preparing to have monthly meetings to try and forge a final, comprehensive deal, said these officials. Neither Iranian nor Western officials would map out exactly the terms of the negotiating agreement. They said more details would be announced Friday morning in Vienna during a joint press conference between Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and the coordinator for the P5+1, European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton. U.S. and Iranian officials had set a low bar for this week’s first round of […]