Israel sees regional threats in Arab uprisings
Arab unrest is changing the balance of power in the Middle East, along with the dynamics of the region. With the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria reconfiguring the political landscape, Israel is increasingly isolated and its dependence on the U.S. is growing. Before the so-called Arab Spring last year, 30 years of a status quo existed in the region, initiated by the 1978 Camp David Accords. Israel achieved peace and cooperation with Egypt, developed a strategic partnership ...
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