The nuclear negotiations in Vienna continue. The Iranians are setting the tone and pace while the Americans struggle to keep alive the possibility of a deal.
It will be in both countries' best interest if Bennett tells Biden privately—but directly—what the latter's administration is doing wrong.
The Iranian strategy in Vienna is obvious: wield the threat of nuclear escalation to extort tens of billions of dollars in sanctions relief and win tacit permission to forge ahead on nuclear R&D.
Any new deal must address all three elements of Tehran's illicit nuclear program: fissile materials, weaponization and the means of delivery.
Nuclear cooperation between the U.S., Israel, the UAE and Saudi Arabia could help prevent a cascade of Middle Eastern nuclear proliferation.
Given recent events, Israel must commit to decoupling from China.