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By declining to veto the anti-Israeli resolution of the UN, it seems that US President Barack Obama has played into the hands of the Israeli Right once more.
In light of recent comments made by Netanyahu during election campaign, Washington is reevaluating relationship with Israel.
Israel's foremost challenge, Netanyahu says, is Iran's attempts to strengthen its foothold on Israel's borders, even as it tries to arm itself with nuclear weapons.
Referring to the controversy surrounding his decision to purchase three additional German submarines, Netanyahu advised those “in a hurry” to topple him over the matter to shift gears.
By HERB KEINON
Tzachi Hanegbi predicted that both Netanyahu and Obama were pleased to be rid of one another, despite the smiles on show for the cameras in New York.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
It is the 17th time the two leaders have met since 2009.
By DANIELLE ZIRI,HERB KEINON
Netanyahu closed an aid deal with the US this week worth $38 billion over ten years. Some argue that he could have gotten more.
By UDI SEGAL
Israel, US at loggerheads over next defense assistance program.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
During their meeting at the White House, Netanyahu and Obama laid the groundwork to prepare a Memorandum of Understanding to replace the one that expires in 2017.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Netanyahu plans to visit Washington primarily to meet with US President Barack Obama at the White House on November 9.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Failure, and reality, seems – finally – to have had a sobering effect. Instead of a big overarching deal, Obama is talking about small steps, trust-building steps.
PM's comments come as Iran nuclear talks intensify in Switzerland, with foreign ministers gathered to discuss the possibility of a political framework by March 31 deadline.
Days after Netanyahu's victory, US President Obama calls him.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,MICHAEL WILNER
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