Israel keeps attack option open if Iranian nuclear talks fail
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani cleverly opened a gap between the White House and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government, with a recent diplomatic charm offensive that seems intended to ease economic sanctions against Iran that were imposed as punishment for its ongoing nuclear program. If Rouhani succeeds, there could be far-reaching implications for the Middle East, notably regarding the Syrian civil war, in which Iran actively backs the government of President Bashar ...
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