Israel's Transition to Biden
By Micah Halpern
Saturday January 16, 2021
Now that Donald J. Trump will no longer president of the United States, Israel needs to recalibrate.
Israel spent the last four years riding the wave of pro-Israel US policy. And it was quite a wave.
The United States recognized Jerusalem as Israelís capital and moved the US embassy to Jerusalem.
The United States recognized the Golan Heights as part of Israel.
Now Israel must figure out how to navigate their relations with the United States under Joe Bidenís administration.
Israel - not just Netanyahu but almost every leader in Israel, felt comfortable in the relationship between the Jewish State and Trump.
That is gone.
Biden is no stranger to Israel. But it will not be the same.
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