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How Money and Guns Dictate Israeli Foreign Policy Presented By: Felix Parker
Objectives To further explain the Political Phenomena of the military and economic strategies of the Israeli government.
Policy Goals for Israel Legitimacy Peace Security Developing Commerce Enagement in International Projects Link with World Jewry
Legitimacy U.N Partition Plan U.N acceptance The strive for Universal Legitimacy Why Legitimacy is important?
Peace War of 1948 The Six Day War The Yum Kippur War
Security Article 51 of the U.N Charter Early Israeli Victories
Developing Commerce Tourism Import and Exports
Engagement in International Affairs The inability to work with a consensus of countries in international agendas. Inabilities in UN sponsored programs
Links with world Jewry North American and Western Europe Jewish emigrants Jewish emigrants from other parts of the world
Israelis Economy The ability to retain traditional trading partners. Diversifying sources of supply and export The ability to enter “new” markets such as the Far East market.
Trading Partners The European Union The United States
Diversified suppliers and The New Market China Other “new" suppliers
The Israeli Defense Force The Ground Forces The Air Force Special Forces
Ground Forces By the Numbers Strategy Important Battles
Air Force By the Numbers Strategy Important Battles
Special Forces Mossad Amin Shin Bet
Conclusion Thoughts on the economic and military strength of the nation of Israel.
The End Acknowledgements
Making Foreign Policy Chapter 7 Section 3.
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