A discussion of U.S. relations with Israel amid President Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia.
One of the biggest mythologies in the US-Israel relationship is that Israel doesn't meddle in American politics and America doesn't meddle in Israel's.
Keeping the Bennett coalition afloat and preventing Netanyahu’s return are clearly priorities for the Biden administration. But with the Israeli government teetering, Biden will have his work cut out for him.
The United States cannot afford to kick the political can down the road until there is a more opportune moment for peacemaking. Palestinians and Israelis have reached a dead end, and the ground is unstable.
Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion with Chinese, Middle Eastern, and Singaporean scholars on the key issues in China-Middle East relations and the geopolitical implications.
Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Thomas Nides, the U.S. ambassador to Israel, to discuss the Israel-Palestine conflict, the future of the Iran nuclear deal, and the U.S.-Israel relationship.
The only major takeaway is the United States’ diminishing role in the region.
You need leaders are both sides who are willing to master their politics and not become prisoners of them. You need a degree of ownership on the part of Israelis and Palestinians.
The former secretary of state was funny, irreverent, and determined to broker peace.
It’s about managing oil prices, bread prices, and strategic partnerships.