The U.K.’s Ties With Israel Are Getting an Upgrade

The U.K.’s Ties With Israel Are Getting an Upgrade
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and then-Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid hold a news conference after meeting to discuss closer collaboration between the U.K. and Israel, London, Nov. 29, 2021 (Pool photo by Stefan Rousseau via AP).

Since Brexit, the U.K. has worked to reenergize its ties with Israel, as part of its wider “Global Britain” ambitions. Last month, it launched negotiations to establish a new bilateral free trade agreement—the outcome of which will be shaped by the winner of the Conservative Party’s leadership race.

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