Israel and the U.S.
Great Decisions 2014 | Topic 2
The Arab Spring, Iran’s nuclear ambitions, failed peace talks, and Israel’s own decision to give Washington the cold shoulder have put new strains on the 65-year-old “special relationship.”
Modern Israel’s struggles with the Palestinians have turned what was meant as a safe haven for Jews into the center of a decades-long conflict. The U.S. has stepped in as Israel’s ally due to the two countries’ shared values, providing years of unparalleled military and diplomatic support. But now those ties are being tested. The Arab Spring, Iran’s nuclear ambitions, failed peace talks, and Israel’s own decision to give Washington the cold shoulder have put new strains on the 65-year-old “special relationship.”
- Fatah Official: “There Is No Difference between Hamas and ISIS”
- Palestinian Authority Forbids Peace with Israel
- Fatah Building Rockets To Use in the Next War
- Zivotofsky v. Kerry: Will Executive Privilege Trump Israel Advocacy?
- Palestinian Incitement behind Synagogue Terror Attack
Eisenberg and Caplan coherently link over sixty years of Arab-Israeli negotiations and identify a pattern of negative behavior that has continually prevented achieving a sustainable peace.
This text conveniently assembles Israeli and Palestinian viewpoints on key issues. It is a valuable resource for completely understanding both sides of the conflict.
A thorough analysis of the political, economic, and strategic dimensions of the recent of the political phenomena known as the Arab Spring.
This book explores the various issues affecting current U.S.-Israeli relations and consequently Middle Eastern foreign policy.
Roshandel and Lean examine the complex relationship between these three nations and explore the difficult issues that continue to threaten another major war in the Middle East.