Israel Is Launching A Complicated ‘Reset’ With The U.S. After Netanyahu

Five months after gaining a new government, Israel is hoping to shore up its vital alliance with the U.S. ― and to court Democrats who are increasingly critical of Israeli policies toward the Palestinians and rarely questioned American aid for the country.

“We think there is a need to hit the reset button,” Idan Roll, Israel’s deputy foreign minister, told HuffPost in an interview last week.

Roll visited Washington as the latest representative of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s…

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