Iranian nuclear deal raises questions about what follows

While signing a tentative agreement to moderate nuclear development hardly makes Iran a beacon of geopolitical goodwill, speculation is hard to resist. What if the Islamic Republic not only ditched whatever plans it has harbored to build nuclear weapons but also made friends with former detractors? Possibilities abound. Already, the slight warm-up with Western powers essential to a late-November nuclear deal has chilled countries within striking range of Iran. With good reason, official Saudi Arabia feels betrayed by its erstwhile American protector. So, more outspokenly, does official Israel. The former needs US support in its rivalry with Iran over regional influence. The latter needs U...

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