The diplomatic isolation Mr Netanyahu now faces should at last be clear to him; governments he hoped would join him in opposing the deal, particularly the Saudis and the French, publicly endorsed the framework
Mr Netanyahu has been hampered by the fact that the Israeli government is in a period of post-election transition. Senior members of his security cabinet were fired five months ago and have not yet been replaced, the current members are either leaders of rival parties in the midst of tense coalition talks or are Likud ministers anxious over their fate in the impending reshuffle.
Several key members of Mr Netanyahu's personal staff have recently resigned and his relationship with the heads of Mossad and Shin Bet (internal security), whose terms are nearly over, is fractious.
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