The contentious nuclear triangle

The broad ideological gap between Israel and the US on Iran’s nuclear ambitions also explains the opposing views on Tehran's role in the chaos and brutality of the Middle East.

March 29, 2015 14:19
Iranian missles

Iranian missles. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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IF THE conflict between t he US and Israel over Tehran’s nuclear weapons program had not reached boiling point prior to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s early March address to Congress, it certainly did in the immediate aftermath.

The carefully prepared and expertly delivered text, followed by US President Barack Obama’s pointed response from the Oval Office clearly articulated the vast chasm.


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