The US-Israeli relations are widely considered Israel’s most important strategic asset and consequently constitute a cornerstone of the country’s foreign policy agenda. Societal trends within the US, the way in which Israel is perceived among the American public, the relationship between American Jewry and Israel as well as changes in US foreign policy around the world and in the Middle East therefore directly influence the Jewish state.
The IPPI program consequently sets out to explore questions regarding the changing role of the US in the emerging world order of the 21st century and how this new role affects the country’s policy towards the Middle East, the future of the transatlantic relations, and the main trends and challenges in the relations between US Jewry and the state of Israel.
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