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The Last Stretch of the 2020 Election and the Future of U.S.-Israel Relations

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With only a week to go until November 3, the eyes of the world are fixed on America as it prepares to elect its next president. At the same time, COVID-19 cases are reaching all-time highs, and Israel is signing new diplomatic accords with neighboring countries in the Middle East.

Zoom With Haaretz: The last stretch of the 2020 election and the future of U.S.-Israel relations

Senior columnist Chemi Shalev and senior correspondent Allison Kaplan Sommer discuss the state of the election, with Chemi providing analysis of how the election is viewed from Tel Aviv and Allison joined live from Maine, where she was reporting on the state's crucial Senate race.

Aaron David Miller, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a leading expert on U.S. policy in the Middle East, will join the discussion and speak about how a second Trump term, or a Biden victory, will impact Israel, Iran and the Arab world.

The conversation was moderated by Amir Tibon Wednesday, October 28, but you can watch the full talk in the video above.

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