Nearly 20 years after its inception, U.S.-Israel strategic cooperation is a partnership in transition. Forged by common interests and shared security concerns, it has become one of the most vital components of the larger 'special relationship' between Jerusalem and Washington. At the same time, today's strategic cooperation bears little semblance to the system of military and defense-industrial interaction established during the Reagan years. With the end of the Cold War, the strategic relationship has changed dramatically. Responding to global changes, new areas of cooperation have been discovered and traditional projects epanded. At the same time, foreign policy issues have begun to constrain the strategic dialogue in unprecedented ways.
Partnership in Transition is a timely examination of this changing relationship. It chronicles the evolution of strategic ties, from Israel's establishment to the present day, and explores future directions for the strategic partnership.
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"A must for all of us interested in Israel, the United States and the Middle East." -- General John W. Foss, U.S. Army ret., Former Commander, XVII Airborne Corps
"A pioneering and highly-needed work..." -- David Wurmser, Director - Middle East Studies, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
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