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Israel needs an effective foreign policy

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Israel’s Ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer attends a forum with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hosted by the Center for American Progress in Washington

Published: 14 November 2015

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Is Israel isolating itself? – Uri Savir – Al-Monitor 11.11.15
Israel is too focussed on promoting its struggle against the Arab world to formulate a foreign policy toward peace and regional integration. A ghetto or fortress mentality is not productive in formulating a foreign policy.
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Netanyahu prefers to keep the Palestinian problem – Amos Schocken - Haaretz Conference: Palo Alto - Haaretz 09.11.15
The prime minister says he is willing to resume talks with the Palestinians, but all of his actions suggest otherwise.

Israel's approach to terror erodes its democracy
– Haaretz editorial 12.11.15
Instead of collecting corpses and jailing children, Israel should resume negotiations with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in order to reach a two-state solution.

Netanyahu backpedals on possibility of unilateral pullout - The Times of Israel 11.11.15
Likud party statement says PM’s comments were misinterpreted, promises mistakes of 2005 disengagement won’t be repeated

Israelis losing faith in government’s foreign policy


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