December 28, 2016

What does Kerry’s speech mean for U.S.-Israel relations?

By Ilan Goldenberg

With Secretary of State John Kerry’s tough, parting words on Israel and the recent UN Security Council resolution vote, former State Department officials James Jeffrey and Ilan Goldberg join Hari Sreenivasan to examine the state of relations between the two countries and what may come next under the Trump administration.

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