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Trump’s Strategic Blunder

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Trump’s Strategic Blunder

In what is probably a strategic blunder, U.S. President Donald Trump has withdrawn from the 2015 landmark Iran nuclear agreement, having denounced it as a “disastrous” and “horrible one-sided deal” that was “defective at its core.” Trump, however, offered to negotiate a new deal with Iran, but Iran is very likely to reject his proposition. […]

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Hezbollah, Iran On The War Path

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Hezbollah, Iran On The War Path

Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon warned recently that Israel will not tolerate attempts by its enemies to destabilize its northern border. But that’s exactly what Hezbollah and its ally, Iran, claim they will do following an upsurge of violence on the Golan Heights, where the borders of Israel, Lebanon and Syria converge. With Syria embroiled […]

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Israel Seeks a Role in Shaping a Future Iran Nuclear Accord

Filed in Middle East by on December 20, 2013
Israel Seeks a Role in Shaping a Future Iran Nuclear Accord

Israel has mounted a serious diplomatic and public relations campaign to shape the contours of a future comprehensive agreement on Iran’s controversial nuclear program. Having lost the battle to toughen the interim accord — which was signed on Nov. 24 in Geneva and is widely seen as a step in the right direction to resolve […]

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