Episode Number
72
Khamenei may still prefer a nuclear deal over a nuclear weapon, says Ken Pollack
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti and Amberin Zaman, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Khamenei may still prefer a nuclear deal over a nuclear weapon, says Ken PollackKhamenei may still prefer a nuclear deal over a nuclear weapon, says Ken Pollack
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Kenneth Pollack, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses Iraq’s elections, the prospects for an agreement on an Iranian nuclear deal, and why cyber may be part of Israel’s "Plan B" for Iran.
Links:
-Israel, US gloss over differences on Iran, but frictions remain (Al-Monitor)
-If not for 9/11, would the US have invaded Iraq? (The National)
-Biden needs a Middle East strategy to avoid new crises (The Hill)
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