U.S.-Israel Relations After the Gulf War
Publication Date: July 1991
Publisher(s): Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Author(s): Steven L. Spiegel
Series: Jerusalem Letter / Viewpoints, no.117, July 1991.
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Global Responsibility; International Relations; Political Behavior
The author analyzes the place of the United States and of Israel in the new international situation emerging following the collapse of the Soviet Union. He discusses the relationship between the Bush and Shamir administrations in detail. He contends that the United States made a series of blunders surrounding the Gulf War, and that Shamir and Bush are mismatched.