Israel’s New Government Turns the Page on Netanyahu’s Foreign Policy

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, center, chairs the weekly Cabinet meeting as Alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, left, looks on, at the Knesset in Jerusalem, July 19, 2021 (pool photo by Gil Cohen-Magen via AP).
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, center, chairs the weekly Cabinet meeting as Alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, left, looks on, at the Knesset in Jerusalem, July 19, 2021 (pool photo by Gil Cohen-Magen via AP).
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Over the course of his 12 uninterrupted years as prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu left a profound mark on Israel’s foreign policy. Since taking the reins from him last month, his successor, Naftali Bennett, has tried to capitalize on some of Netanyahu’s accomplishments—such as the diplomatic normalization agreements with Arab states that are known as the Abraham Accords—while also charting a new course when it comes to relations with traditional partners like the United States and Jordan. This week on Trend Lines, Michael Koplow, a WPR contributor who serves as policy director at the Israel Policy Forum, joins WPR’s Elliot Waldman […]

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