August 17, 2020
The United States and Israel share democratic values, strategic interests, and a historic, multi-dimensional partnership that has long enjoyed the bipartisan endorsement of U.S. elected officials and broad public support. But frustration with the regional status quo, disenchantment with America’s protracted commitments abroad, and domestic political pressures raise questions about the future of that support. Can we continue to rely on U.S. bipartisan agreement on the benefits and necessity of the alliance with Israel? How will the relationship evolve in a second Trump term, or be altered under a Biden administration? Join members of Congress and thought leaders for an in-depth conversation on the status of U.S.-Israel relations and the challenges and aspirations for the next four years.
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