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What is not a bluff -- and what, apparently, was never a bluff -- was Netanyahu's determination to launch a strike.
An exchange with Yossi Klein Halevi on Obamas Iran policy.
Obama will do whatever it takes to prevent Iran from producing an atomic bomb.
Israeli officials may see a "zero hour" for attacking Iranian nuclear facilities, but it could backfire.
Meir Dagan says Bibi and Barak are serious about attacking the Islamic Republic.
The experts who study this depressing issue seem to agree that a Middle East in which Iran has four or five nuclear weapons would be dangerously unstable and prone to warp-speed escalation.
Based on interviews inside and outside the White House, that Obama would consider using force -- missile strikes, mainly -- to stop the Iranians from crossing the nuclear threshold.
A look at the strategic calculations on both sidesand at how, if things remain on the current course, an Israeli air strike will unfold.