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Solved: How to Get U.S.-Israeli Relations Back on Track
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Solved: How to Get U.S.-Israeli Relations Back on Track

Authors Shlomo Brom and Shimon Stein discuss how a reassessment of U.S.-Israeli relations could be lead to a healthier, more sustainable relationship between the two nations.

When President Barack Obama told Prime Minister Netanyahu in his first telephone call after the Israeli elections that Washington would “reassess” its positions on U.S.-Israeli relations and Middle East diplomacy after the Israeli prime minister took a position against Palestinian statehood during his reelection campaign, Obama reminded Israelis who follow the U.S.-Israeli relationship of previous traumatic reassessments of U.S.-Israeli relations made by American administrations.

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Shlomo Brom

Visiting Fellow

Shimon Stein