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What About Iran? Ukraine-Russia War Disrupts Israel's Attention Span

The Israeli silence as Iran nuke talks continue signals that Jerusalem has accepted a new deal will be signed, and is preparing for next steps ■ Russia-Ukraine war highlights the demand – and danger – of cyberweapons

Amos Harel
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The Ukrainian crisis caught Israel in a terrible lack of focus, says Brig. Gen. (res.) Assaf Orion from the Institute for National Security Studies. The government, he avers, was meant to be concentrating on only one critical issue at this time: the negotiations on renewing the nuclear agreement with Iran.

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