Former UN Ambassador Dore Gold to Serve as Netanyahu's Foreign Policy Adviser

Gold, whose job will focus on Israeli-U.S. relations, has relatively hawkish views and has never expressed support for the two-state solution.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided to appoint Dore Gold as his new foreign policy adviser, filling a post that has been vacant for several months. But Gold, a former ambassador to the United Nations, won’t be working full-time; he will be employed as an outside consultant and paid by the hour.