Without a negotiated solution over the Iranian nuclear program, 2013 will likely see a military confrontation with Iran, former US Ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk said on CBS's "Face the Nation" Sunday.
"There is still time, perhaps six months, even by Prime Minister Netanyahu's own time table
to try to see if a negotiated solution can be worked out," Indyk said on the morning news show. "I'm pessimistic about that. If that doesn't work out -- and we need to make every effort, exhaust every chance that it does work -- then I am afraid that 2013 is going to be a year in which we're going to have a military confrontation with Iran."