Cover for RUBENBERG: Israel and the American National Interest: A Critical Examination

Israel and the American National Interest

A Critical Examination

"The single most satisfactory scholarly study, by far, of the United States-Israeli relationship."
-- Richard Falk, author of The End of World Order: Essays on Normative International Relations

"All of those concerned about the dangerous situation in the Middle East and the protection of our vital interests there should read and benefit from this valuable book."
-- Fred J. Khouri, author of The Arab-Israeli Dilemma

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