February 6, 2014

Iran, Israel and the Politics of Gesture

Meir Javedanfar, Al Monitor

The Associated Press

We are witnessing something which has rarely been seen in recent Iran-Israel tensions: a series of goodwill gestures by both sides.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Israel, Iran

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