Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu left Washington in March having reportedly arrived at a coordinated strategy with US President Barack Obama on how to handle the growing Iranian nuclear threat. But gaps have appeared once again in their respective approaches to the ayatollahs’ drive for atomic weapons, as Israeli leaders fear Tehran is once again using renewed talks to string out the West and move closer to the nuclear threshold.

Not long after Obama hosted Netanyahu at the White House in March, the P5+1 nations (the US, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China) agreed to conduct another round of talks with Iran to see if tightening sanctions have finally softened up the clerical regime for a possible compromise. The first round of negotiations was held in Istanbul in April and ended with an agreement to meet again in five weeks in Baghdad.

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