July 24, 2014

Why U.S. Has Most Pro-Israel Foreign Policy

Zack Beauchamp, Vox

The Associated Press

Everyone knows the United States is Israel's best friend. The US gives Israel billions of dollars in aid annually, consistently blocks UN Security Council resolutions condemning Israel, and backs its military offensives publicly. But why? What's the thinking behind America going above-and-beyond for Israel?

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TAGGED: Israel, U.S. Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, United States

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