Barry Rubin notes there is a very wide variance between the Administration's view of what happened in Geneva and what it's "negotitaing partner" Iran said went on.
And now it's official! Iran's Supreme National Security Council has announced that the main "concession" it supposedly made in the Geneva meeting with the United States never happened.
It has no intention of sending off its enriched uranium to Russia to be turned into someting fit only for medical research at all. This supposed pledge made by Iran was the alleged big development that set off so much optimism after Iran met with the United States along with China, France, Germany, Russia, and England).
Like Barry I expect that the soft stance of the Administration has simply provided the Iranian government with more time in which to hide what they have from inspectors and delay any action against it.