Avner Golov is a researcher at Israel's Institute for National Security Studies.
If the administration is not able to effectively implement its policy on Iran due to lack of cooperation, then the party that will benefit is Tehran.
Despite the two leaders' animosity, today's meeting still has room for cooperation and agreement.
"The agreement could also set new norms that apply universally to all nuclear states."
Having achieved its other goals in the P5+1 talks, Iran is now trying to stop inspections of its military sites.
"For Israelis, their country is too small to comply with existing mutual-deterrence models, because only two or three bombs are what it would take to wipe out their entire country."
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