US-Israel Relations

The Geopolitical Landscape – Growing Uncertainty in light of the Trump Presidency

Introduction The strategic challenges facing Israel are largely unchanged from the previous year. The Middle East remains volatile. The cornerstones of the old regional order are crumbling, and a new, more stable order has yet to take its place. The international arena, as it applies to the Middle East and to Israel’s strategic resilience, is also enduring shockwaves and is far from projecting stability. Israel faces a geopolitical map filled…
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