December 10, 2012

The Coming Clash over Iran

Allison & Feldman, The National Interest

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The Obama administration and the Netanyahu government were largely on the same page during the Gaza crisis, and the two country’s leaders seemed to be able to set aside their mutual animosity and distrust, working together to defuse the crisis. But much greater turbulence in their relations can be expected by the middle of next year when the issues associated with Iran’s nuclear project will likely reach another crescendo.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, United States, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Iran

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