It is oddly underreported that the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, has supported Iran-U.S. talks over Iraq. Even though this is meant to be about Iraq only, it is nevertheless the first high-level diplomatic encounter between Iran and the U.S. since 1979, and some talks over Iran-U.S. issues will be inevitable.
These talks may open the door to more serious talks about Iran-U.S. relations depending on the impressions that each party leaves on the other.
Here’s a summary and what the U.S. and Iran may ask for during these talks and what Iran can bring to the table (no words on what the U.S. will bring to the table, though!).