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U.S. Attentive to Israel's Iran Concerns, but the Ball Is in Tehran's Court

An accompanying agreement may be needed to address Tehran's growing arsenal

Amos Harel
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Bennett’s visit to Washington, probably this month, might take place before the United States’ expected return to the nuclear agreement with Iran. Already now, it appears that Kochavi, and in his wake Rivlin, succeeded in their Washington visits to renew a more substantive dialogue with the Biden administration, in which their objections to the emerging agreement were voiced.

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