Abu-Manneh, Bashir
October 2006
New Formations;Autumn2006, Issue 59, p34
Academic Journal
The article analyzes the relations of the U.S. and Israel. The most important aspect of the relations is the cultural and religious exchange. The U.S. imperialism and Israeli colonialism have worked in tandem in order to produce both Israeli and American nationalist outcomes since 1967. It explains how the U.S. interests in the Middle East have become consistent with supporting the Jewish state and defending its colonialist objectives.


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