Last night Frontline club’s debate was rather an unusual one in a sense that all the panelists more or less agreed with each other, and even during the Q&A session there was no eruption of dissent or any outlandish views on situation regarding Iran from the audience or the panelists. The title of the discussion was: Iran, a new chapter? In the end we were left with the same question, the consensus was that a very restraint optimism might be the right reaction to the latest developments on Iran nuclear negotiations. The situation in Iran in comparison to Ahmadinejad era certainly does not look worse but from what we heard from the panel it is not necessary all that better in any way either, be it human rights issues or economical struggles of the average citizen. The restraint optimism can only be exercised in regard to the nuclear negotiation and as a result toward economic situation of Iran. As far as the human right situation, political prisoners and public hanging are still very much in existence.