Experts react: Israel just conducted a limited strike in Iran. Is this the end of the tit for tat?

Apr 19, 2024 View Original Article
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  • Reliability

    80% ReliableGood

  • Policy Leaning

    6% Center

  • Politician Portrayal

    26% Negative

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-18% Negative

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"Reaction in Iran -- whose embassy to the United Nations tweeted amid its April 13 attack that the matter can be deemed concluded -- has telegraphed that Tehran is looking now to end the current exchange."
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"Keeping the Biden administration in the loop was the right move, given Israel's increasing dependence on its foremost advocate."
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-6% Liberal
"Since Iran's mass missile and drone attack against Israel on April 13, there has been intense diplomatic pressure on the Israeli leadership not to respond provocatively -- to 'take the win in US President Joe Biden's words."
Negative
-20% Liberal
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

47% : Reaction in Iran -- whose embassy to the United Nations tweeted amid its April 13 attack that "the matter can be deemed concluded" -- has telegraphed that Tehran is looking now to end the current exchange.

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