Relations between the United States and Israel in wake of the Trump administration are in complete harmony. This harmony is closer to fantasy than reality. Countries usually strike alliances and have similar interests, but they rarely enjoy such accord. This harmony is a facet that complements absolute hostility. In [Read more]
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What would make these countries dare to attack the United States?