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When It Comes to Biden, Israel and the Palestinians Need to Recognize New Reality

Five key reasons why the United States is in the midst of a long, gradual but inexorable disassociation from the Middle East, and why both Israel and the Palestinians need to recognize the change

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To the horror of successive U.S. administrations, the Middle East has become Glenn Close in “Fatal Attraction” when she looks half-psychotically at her lover, Michael Douglas, and forcefully states “I will not be ignored,” while making stew out of his daughter’s rabbit.

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