"...But in this new regional dynamic, the United States will eventually look past ideology in search of partners to help manage the region. As U.S.-Turkish relations in recent years and the United States' recent interactions with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood reveal, it will be an awkward and bumpy experience while Washington tries to figure out who holds the reins of power and which brand of Islamists it can negotiate with amid messy power transitions. This is much harder for Israel to do independently by virtue of ideology, size and location.Israel's range of maneuver in foreign policy will narrow considerably as it becomes more dependent on external powers and as its interests clash with those of its patrons..."
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
"Israel's maneuvers in foreign policy will narrow considerably as it becomes more dependent on external powers & as its interests clash with those of its patrons"
Posted by G, M, Z, or B at 9:09 AM