The dramatic global, regional and domestic changes that occurred after the unpredicted collapse of the Soviet Union have created a need to examine a host of theoretical and practical issues, particularly in regard to security and foreign relations. The U.S.-Israeli 'special relationships' is no exception. This seemed, and is still viewed as, one of the most solid and stable bilateral relationships. Yet the new international and domestic reality in both the U.S. and Israel warrants a thorough re-examination. The essays in this collection deal with, among other things, the general global setting and its implications for this relationship; with 'hard' strategic factors; and less tangible aspects, such as American images of Israel, the attitudes of other American religious denominations, and the situation of the American Jewish community.26. Charles Y. Clock and Rodney Stark, Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism ( New York: Harper aamp;C Row, 1966) ... 1982); Harold E. Quinley and Charles Y. Glock, Anti-Semitism in America (New York: Free Press, 1979); Gertrude J. Selznick and Stephen Steinberg, The Tenacity ... Ted G. Jelen, aquot;Religion and Foreign Policy Attitudes, aquot; paper presented at the Conference on die Political Consequences of War, sponsored by the ... The Role of Religion in the Making of Public Policy (Waco, anbsp;...
|Title||:||U.S.-Israeli Relations at the Crossroads|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1997-01-01|