U.S. Policy Toward the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict under the Trump Administration: Continuity or Change?

@article{Erdoan2020USPT,
  title={U.S. Policy Toward the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict under the Trump Administration: Continuity or Change?},
  author={Ayfer Erdoğan and Lourdes Habash},
  journal={Insight Turkey},
  year={2020}
}
The 2017 inauguration of Donald Trump as the U.S. president opened a new chapter in U.S. policy making toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Several developments that have taken place under the Trump Administration mark a clear rupture from the Oslo Accords in favor of support for Israeli plans to annex a large fraction of the West Bank and design a new settlement of the conflict according to its interests. While the U.S. policy toward the Palestinian issue is not radically different under… 

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