Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

March 18, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu famously lambasted the November interim nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 as a "historic mistake." Netanyahu has since muted his anti-Iran rhetoric as the negotiating parties work hard to hammer out a comprehensive agreement. But as the negotiations move forward, there is little doubt that Israel has become the "white elephant" in the room, prompting speculations over whether the Jewish State will accept an agreement that does not fully dismantle Iran's nuclear program, as repeatedly demanded by Netanyahu. Meanwhile, a potential showdown between the Obama-administration and Israel's supporters in the U.S. Congress seems to have been temporarily averted by Netanyahu's recent AIPAC address.</span></span></p>

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

March 18, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu famously lambasted the November interim nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 as a "historic mistake." Netanyahu has since muted his anti-Iran rhetoric as the negotiating parties work hard to hammer out a comprehensive agreement. But as the negotiations move forward, there is little doubt that Israel has become the "white elephant" in the room, prompting speculations over whether the Jewish State will accept an agreement that does not fully dismantle Iran's nuclear program, as repeatedly demanded by Netanyahu. Meanwhile, a potential showdown between the Obama-administration and Israel's supporters in the U.S. Congress seems to have been temporarily averted by Netanyahu's recent AIPAC address.</span></span></p>

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

March 18, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu famously lambasted the November interim nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 as a "historic mistake." Netanyahu has since muted his anti-Iran rhetoric as the negotiating parties work hard to hammer out a comprehensive agreement. But as the negotiations move forward, there is little doubt that Israel has become the "white elephant" in the room, prompting speculations over whether the Jewish State will accept an agreement that does not fully dismantle Iran's nuclear program, as repeatedly demanded by Netanyahu. Meanwhile, a potential showdown between the Obama-administration and Israel's supporters in the U.S. Congress seems to have been temporarily averted by Netanyahu's recent AIPAC address.</span></span></p>

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

Diplomacy With Iran: Not a Zero-Sum Game for Israel

March 18, 2014

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu famously lambasted the November interim nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 as a "historic mistake." Netanyahu has since muted his anti-Iran rhetoric as the negotiating parties work hard to hammer out a comprehensive agreement. But as the negotiations move forward, there is little doubt that Israel has become the "white elephant" in the room, prompting speculations over whether the Jewish State will accept an agreement that does not fully dismantle Iran's nuclear program, as repeatedly demanded by Netanyahu. Meanwhile, a potential showdown between the Obama-administration and Israel's supporters in the U.S. Congress seems to have been temporarily averted by Netanyahu's recent AIPAC address.</span></span></p>