December 24, 2013

The Great U.S.-Israel Rift That Isn't

Haim Saban, Los Angeles Times

The Associated Press

In recent weeks, the media have had a field day reporting on a so-called rift in the U.S.-Israel relationship over the nuclear negotiations with Iran. The story makes for great headlines, but it's poor analysis. Despite the heated rhetoric, the pillars that have anchored America's most important alliance in the Middle East for more than six decades are just as firmly rooted today as they have ever been.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Barack Obama, Middle East, Israel, United States

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