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If Israel Strikes Iran, a Trophy and Trouble Awaits

An Israeli strike against Iran could trigger normalization with Saudi Arabia. But that’s just one part of the far more precarious Middle East such an attack would birth, with China, Russia, and the U.S. forced to respond

Adam Hoffman
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As negotiations between the world powers and Iran in Vienna continue, reportedly (and repeatedly) entering their "final stage," many in the Middle East – but also in Washington and European capitals – are holding their breath to see if a return to a nuclear deal is possible. Israel, naturally, is closely following developments.

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