Its still a bit early to safely assess if a memorandum of understanding on curbing Irans nuclear program will be signed between Tehran and the superpowers or what exactly it will include. The deadline set for finishing this round of talks in Lausanne is Tuesday.
This is the stage at which the spin machines of the negotiators are working overtime to influence the final wording of the agreement. Although both sides have demonstrated a desire to reach a deal and have expressed optimism regarding the chances of doing so, there may be last-minute twists.
From the Israeli perspective, several risk elements are emerging, based on what’s been published about the upcoming agreement. The first is what capabilities will remain in Iranian hands, and specifically how long the “breakout” time would be – the time between an Iranian decision to violate the agreement and the point at which it would have enough enriched uranium available to make a bomb.
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