Frontlines Podcast: Why the weather could push through an Iran deal

This week, Knesset Reporter Lahav Harkov talks to us about the coalition crisis, and Iran expert Meir Javedanfar weighs in on the latest round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the West.

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September 18, 2014 16:55
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Why the weather could push through an Iran deal

Why the weather could push through an Iran deal








From the Jerusalem Post studios in Tel Aviv, this is Niv Elis bringing you the weekly Frontlines podcast. Each week, we get an inside look at the stories dominating the headlines with the Post's top reporters, editors, and columnists.


This week, political infighting over the budget has threatened the government coalition, but the surprise departure of Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar may complicate things further.


Then, Iran expert Meir Javedanfar weighs in on the latest round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the West, and tells us why the weather in Iran might help push them through.

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