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... of Iraq as a member of the George W. Bush administration; Dore Gold, ... Koplow of the Israel Policy Forum - a liberal Zionist organization.
... Netanyahu declared, "Israel's policy toward the nuclear deal with Iran is very .... Neither the Bush administration nor the Trump administration ...

An individual who can help understand the nuanced way that these different communities approach everything from Israel policy to the ...
One of the most striking aspects of U.S. President Donald Trump's first months in office has been his focus on solving the Israeli-Palestinian ...
But the Bush administration didn't always speak in one voice regarding the ... Dr. Michael Koplow, policy director at the Israel Policy Forum, told ...
... in Jerusalem, but it's a bold divorce from decades of U.S.-Israel policy. ... the Bush administration dismantled the special Middle East ...
... of J Street, a liberal Israel policy group that supports the peace process. ... Distracted by Iraq and terrorism, George W. Bush's administration ...
An individual who can help understand the nuanced way that these different communities approach everything from Israel policy to the ...
... the leader of Hamas Ismail Haniyeh stating Israel's policy of "closure ... closely with the George W. Bush administration, Maggie Haberman ...
One of the most striking aspects of U.S. President Donald Trump's first months in office has been his focus on solving the Israeli-Palestinian ...
There were previous attempts in the Bush administration to come to an understanding between the United States and Israel on the definition of ...
Dr. Robert Jeffress First Baptist Church Pastor Robert Jeffress insists that President Donald Trump's pro-Israeli relations has "enraged" some to ...
... Palestinian actions is an apologist for the occupation and anyone who disagrees with Israel policy is cast as anti-Israel or even anti-Semitic.
... in Jerusalem, but it's a bold divorce from decades of U.S.-Israel policy. ... the Bush administration dismantled the special Middle East ...

On November 9, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated President-elect Donald Trump through a video message, in which ...
... of J Street, a liberal Israel policy group that supports the peace process. ... Distracted by Iraq and terrorism, George W. Bush's administration ...
Adelson made the remarks at his home on the eve of the Republican Jewish Coalition leadership conference... as Dick Cheney, the powerful Vice President in George W. Bush's administration, sat among the audience munching on salmon and brisket. Adelson ...
"The level of anxiety in the [national security] community is at the highest level I've experienced in my professional life," says Peter Feaver, a former Bush administration official and current Duke University professor who studies the national ...
This looks like a repeat of the George W. Bush administration, where Candidate Bush promised to move the embassy while President Bush spent eight years examining the feasibility of it.
For example, the George W. Bush administration allowed six such resolutions to pass the Security Council, while President Bill Clinton allowed three.
However, in a speech delivered to the Israel Policy Forum in January 2001, on the eve of his departure from the White House, Clinton described the principles of a future agreement, stating that Jerusalem will serve as two capitals of two states.
In 2002, the Bush administration withdrew support funding for the United Nations Population Fund because of a dispute over its abortion practices in China.
Then administration flacks claim Israel had this coming because of an aggressive settlements policy. That's not remotely true.
The split between incoming and outgoing U.S. presidents over the measure led to a few days of turmoil and a delay in the vote only to culminate in a highly public rebuke by the Security Council of Israel's policy. .... tougher oversight, withdrawal ...
During the presidential campaign, Greenblatt advised Trump on U.S.-Israel policy. Relations between ... The elevation of the Homeland Security adviser restores a bureaucratic arrangement in place during the Bush administration. But is unlikely to ...
During the presidential campaign, Greenblatt advised Trump on U.S.-Israel policy. Relations between ... The elevation of the Homeland Security adviser restores a bureaucratic arrangement in place during the Bush administration. But is unlikely to ...
The Israel Policy Forum (IPF) was founded at the behest of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1993, after he had received lukewarm support and occasional hostility from mainstream Jewish leadership for his peace initiative.
The appointment of David Friedman might be seen as a honeymoon in Jerusalem, but it's a bold divorce from decades of U.S.-Israel policy. ... In January 1993, having just finished four years of working for George H.W. Bush's administration, I was told ...
Turkey's unreliability was "proven during the George W. Bush administration when Turkey refused to allow the United States to use bases in Turkey to open a northern front against the Saddam Hussein dictatorship," as stated in the American Hellenic ...
The Obama administration's strategies in the Middle East were no doubt a reaction to what was seen as the overreach of the Bush administration, and intended to create a more peaceful environment. Sadly, however, the situation in every crisis point has ...
... beyond repair. "Anybody who was around the former president over the years on this issue knows the sense of personal frustration, that this was a goal that eluded him, that it was unfinished business from his presidency," says Jeremy Ben-Ami ...
Fox News, which had already seen considerable gains in its audience share since 9/11, was the first to adopt "war on Terror," picking up the phrase from the Bush administration. One study, "Framing the War on Terror: the internalization of policy in ...
Those who only started following politics in recent years may be under the impression that the mainstream of the Republican Party has always been staunchly pro-Israel.
"[The 2004 agreement stipulated] no new settlements, no incentives to move to the settlements, and while settlements could grow in population, no geographic expansion," Abrams told JNS.
Referring to Middle East policy during the Bush administration, Obama told them that there had been "no daylight and no progress" toward peace.
Not only that, but after two failed wars and the Bush administration's disastrous handling of Hurricane Katrina, Americans were facing a crisis in confidence.
She's been involved with Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter and she once toured the US dressed as a missile to protest against the wars of the Bush administration. "Bernie is taking all these movements and ideas and putting them together in one ...
In this position, he was one of the earliest and most forceful advocates for military interventions against Iraq, Syria, Iran, Lebanon and Libya.
In this position, he was one of the earliest and most forceful advocates for military interventions against Iraq, Syria, Iran, Lebanon and Libya.
This continued till the last days of the Bush presidency. Global nuclear sanctions against India ended, as the Bush administration used all its persuasive powers to get the 45-member Nuclear Suppliers Group to end sanctions on India. Shortly thereafter ...
In this position, he was one of the earliest and most forceful advocates for military interventions against Iraq, Syria, Iran, Lebanon and Libya.
... Republican candidate rolled out his global foreign policy panel: a collection of charlatans including a Christian academic accused of inciting violence against Muslims, a former Pentagon official who blocked investigations into Bush administration ...
These blatant lies pushed to Bush Administration to invade and destroy Iraq. While Elliot Abrams was strategically placed in ... He was a key member of the US Defense Policy Board under the Bush administration and the front ideologue for invading Iraq ...
... Republican candidate rolled out his global foreign policy panel: a collection of charlatans including a Christian academic accused of inciting violence against Muslims, a former Pentagon official who blocked investigations into Bush administration ...
... Republican candidate rolled out his global foreign policy panel: a collection of charlatans including a Christian academic accused of inciting violence against Muslims, a former Pentagon official who blocked investigations into Bush administration ...
This time he named some people who are not know to be on the A-list, including a conspiracy theorist and Islamophobe and a former general who was dismissed for covering up Bush administration contracting corruption in Iraq and Afghanistan. He whined ...
Schmitz served as inspector general at the Defense Department during the early years of President George W. Bush's administration and has worked for Blackwater Worldwide. In a brief phone call Monday, Schmitz confirmed that he is working for the Trump ...


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