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Israel's Ties With Jordan Suffered Under Netanyahu. Bennett Has a Chance to Fix Them

The Hashemite kingdom is an ally and important part of Israel’s security, but relations were allowed to deteriorate under former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Now is the time for a restart

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Why are Israel’s relations with Jordan suddenly in the news? Nothing dramatic, noteworthy, let alone game-changing, happened, neither bilaterally or regionally. So why the commotion? Because under the radar, without many paying attention to it, relations have deteriorated in the last few years.

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