The U.S. and Israel agree on the end-game with Iran: no nuclear weapons capability for the Islamic regime. However, they often appear to disagree on the best approach. How might this play out? And how do allies deal with their differences and maintain the strength of the long-term US-Israel security relationship?
Dr. Eran Lerman, Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security, joins us from Jerusalem. Dr. Lerman served as deputy director for foreign policy and international affairs at the National Security Council in the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office, and held senior posts in IDF Military Intelligence.