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Splitting the EU: Israel’s Tightening Alliance With Central Europe’s Nationalist Leaders

Israel has been exploiting this internal, complex and delicate European dissent in recent years in order to change the way decisions about its policies are made in the EU

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, shakes hands with Israel's  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prior to meeting of Netanyahu and the Visegrad Group's (V4) Prime Ministers in the Pesti Vigado building in Budapest, Hungary, Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, shakes hands with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prior to meeting of Netanyahu and the Visegrad Group's (V4) Prime Ministers in the Pesti VigaCredit: Balazs Mohai/MTI via AP

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