US Foreign Policy: America and Israel


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US Foreign Policy: America and Israel
Whether current US policy is doing more harm than good
For many decades, American foreign policy has gravitated towards a stance of protecting Israel from harm. In particular, America has supplied Israel with weapons, served as a not-so-silent military ally (in the sense of making it clear that America will defend Israel by force if things should ever come to that) and has made it clear that it favours the Israeli position on the Gaza Strip. The next several pages will argue that America has actually harmed itself via faithfully taking the pro-Israeli position in the sense that it is has supported violent suppressions of the neighbouring Palestinians by the Israelis and has courted the hatred of Arab...
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