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Israel: A Strategic Ally for the United States

April 4, 2023

For 75 years, Americans and Israelis have shared fruitful trade relations, cultural affinities, political similarities, and values. And over the past 40 years, since the 1983 announcement by President Ronald Reagan of “US-Israel Security Cooperation,” a strong alliance has been built on a foundation of mutual national security interests, strengthening both countries and their allies […]

Aspirations for the 118th Congressional Session

January 5, 2023

Since Israel’s founding, it has received bipartisan support from American lawmakers and citizens alike. In particular, after the 1973 Yom Kippur War, President Richard Nixon recognized Israeli regional military dominance, as well as the need to prevent future disruption of Mideast oil flows. This led to expansion of Pax Americana to the Mediterranean/Persian Gulf through […]

The Never Ending War

April 8, 2022

One ideological goal that has animated foreign policy decision-making over the past three U.S. administrations has been a desire to retreat from “forever wars.” For Israel, such a fantasy-driven ambition is impossible. While she neither seeks nor initiates conflict, Israel has, since her founding, been engaged in never-ending war. It wasn’t until the Abraham Accords […]

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