What might the Middle East and U.S. policy look like in the days after a deal with Iran? RAND experts posit that a final nuclear agreement is reached with Iran and then examine the potential responses of two U.S. partners in the region: Israel and Saudi Arabia. They offer a range of measures the United States could employ to address its partners' concerns and prevent destabilizing actions.
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