In a region ruled largely by authoritarians and monarchs, Israel, one of the U.S. strongest allies stands out as a democracy.
The U.S. has one of the most pro-Israel foreign policies in the world. We provide Israel with $1.4 billion annually in diplomatic, economic and military support.
Joining Host Jim Falk to talk about this volatile region and the U.S. Israel “friendship” are:
Lt. Col. (res.) AVITAL LEIBOVICH: Director of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Jerusalem and
Ambassador Martin S. Indyk: U.S. Ambassador to Israel, 1995-1997, Distinguished Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations.
The conversation focuses on the success of the Abraham Accords, the Palestinian/Israeli conflict, which still is an issue, and whether the new alliances created by the Abraham Accords and perhaps new Israeli leadership will lead to more stability or more uncertainty.
In just a few weeks Israeli voters return to the polls for the fifth time in just over four years. The question on the table is this: How might potential new leadership impact the Israel/U.S. relationship and the wider Middle East?
Join us to learn more about this region and how it impacts the U.S.
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