Posts Tagged ‘Israel’
The Israeli and Iranian publics can live with what their leaders each consider a “bad” nuclear deal.
My latest article explains:
Israel and the United States do not have much cause for concern about reports of two multi billion dollar deals being negotiated between Iran and Russia.
Neither deal is likely to increase Iran’s leverage so it could ignore the nuclear negotiations. Nor is it likely that the deals will boost Iran’s leverage at the talks.
We are witnessing something which has rarely been seen in recent Iran-Israel tensions: a series of goodwill gestures by both sides.
Difficult to believe, but true.
You can find out more from my latest article.
How do Israelis see the latest deal between Iran and the P5+1? Can Iran be trusted? As far as Israel is concerned, what should a final deal with Iran look like?
These are some of the questions which Emily Landau and I discuss in Tel Aviv. Dr Landau is an expert on Iran’s nuclear program at the INSS institute in Tel Aviv.
My two recent articles describe the implications of the latest Iran nuclear deal for:
Iran’s supreme leader
Iran’s president has reportedly decided to take Iran’s Jewish MP with him to the upcoming UN General Assembly session in New York.
My latest article describes the internal dynamics behind this decision.
Ghanbar Naderi from Tehran and yours truly from Tel Aviv discuss the presidency of Rohani and what it means for Iran.
You can watch the debate here:
Plus my latest article on the latest sanctions being proposed by the House of Representatives and what they mean for Israel and Iran
While we in the West obsess over Israel’s red line vs America’s red line for Iran’s nuclear program, there are two other red lines which are extremely important but are not being discussed.
They are Iran’s red lines.
Obama has proved himself to be the master of manipulating Iran’s red lines to our advantage, which is one reason among others why we in Israel can trust him.
My article explains more: