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Are US-Israel Relations Headed Back to Obama Era?

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By    |   Thursday, 18 February 2021 10:37 AM

President Joe Biden's relationship with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be on shaky ground despite the longstanding special relationship between the U.S. and Israel. The politicians have opposing outlooks on how to handle the growing threat of Iran and Israeli-Palestinian relations, which Middle East experts say could potentially put any new normalization deals between Israel and Arab nations on the back burner.

In addition, Netanyahu and President Barack Obama had a highly contentious relationship, one that some Israeli experts have called the worst ever between a U.S. president and Israeli prime minister. Biden, of course, was Obama's vice president, and the delay in calling America's strongest ally in the Middle East has led to beliefs that Israel and the U.S. could be headed back to an icy relationship, unlike the close ties the countries had under President Donald Trump.

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President Joe Biden's relationship with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be on shaky ground despite the longstanding special relationship between the U.S. and Israel. The politicians have opposing outlooks on how to handle the growing threat of Iran and...
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