Negotiating with enemies instead of shunning them may be signaling the United States, Israel and European allies are changing Mideast tactics, analysts said. The shift is borne out by recent events — U.S. and Iranian diplomats at the same table, an Israeli-Hezbollah prisoner swap, Syria’s president welcomed in France and the United States considering setting up a diplomatic presence in Iran, The New York Times reported Friday.
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