U.S. Role

U.S. Role

Since the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, the United States has played an important role in the Arab-Israeli dispute. For the last forty years, that role has been as Israel’s closest ally and supporter, providing it with enormous amounts of military and economic aid, as well as diplomatic cover, while at the same time presenting itself as a third-party “honest broker” in peace negotiations between Israelis and the Palestinians.

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on March 13, 2024
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Quick Facts: Shimon Peres Fact Sheets
IMEU

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Shimon Peres

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Interview: Diana Buttu on Palestinian unity and the way forward
Ma'an News Agency

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Diana Buttu is a Canadian-Palestinian lawyer. From 2000-2005, she served in the PLO's Negotiations Support Unit as a legal and communications adviser.

on April 27, 2014