Between East and West: Israel's Foreign Policy Orientation by Uri Bialer
By Uri Bialer
Israel's political allegiance to the West is this day unquestioned. within the early years after 1948, even though, the course of Israel's international coverage remained doubtful. during this very important e-book, Dr. Bialer describes the inner debates in the Israeli political events, and especially the hugely ideological hard work circulation, at the offerings between pro-Soviet, pro-Western or nonaligned international guidelines. utilizing lately declassified files, the writer has conducted vast learn within the country files and in different information; his account relies overwhelmingly on basic assets. This publication examines the ideological elements of those debates in addition to extra fabric motivation elements: dependence on U.S. relief, alternate hyperlinks with the Soviet bloc, reliance on Czech hands provides, and the measure of freedom allowed to the Soviet and East ecu Jewish groups to to migrate to Israel. Dr. Bialer concludes that there has been no replacement procedure for Israel to undertake; the lean in the direction of the West used to be inevitable.
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