September 20th, 2013
08:59 PM ET

Should the U.S. accept Iran's olive branch?

It's no secret that President Hassan Rouhani is on a mission to revamp Iran's public image. Next week, he reportedly plans to bring the sole Jewish member of Iran's parliament to New York when he attends the United Nations General Assembly.

Hassan Rouhani sets new vision for Iran, "constructive engagement"

This comes on the heels of word that he and President Obama have exchanged letters and may even meet briefly one-on-one.

But is it the right time for the United States to sit down with one of its biggest adversaries?

OutFront: Peter Brookes and Colin Kahl are both former deputy assistant secretary of defense.

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