After a week of tireless meetings in Lausanne, Switzerland, the P5+1 states establish a framework for a final nuclear deal with Iran, to be signed June 30, 2015. The framework places heavy restrictions on Tehran’s burgeoning nuclear program, with a series of nuclear non-proliferation benchmarks to be set for the Iranian regime to meet so that crippling economic sanctions against them might be lifted. Jerusalem, unsatisfied with ambiguous terms, criticizes world powers for not being stringent enough with the belligerent Islamic Republic that seeks Israel’s demise. It encourages the P5+1 states to use the subsequent months to improve what they consider a flawed, weak deal.