特殊关系的终结?

特拉维夫——以色列总理本雅明·内塔尼亚胡近期对华盛顿的访问突显了当前以色列政府和美国总统巴拉克·奥巴马政府存在着根本的分歧。内塔尼亚胡不断地责问奥巴马,在解决以色列和巴勒斯坦冲突中,为什么如此热衷“两个国家”的解决方案。他也拒绝奥巴马将以巴和平议题与伊朗核武器计划挂钩。

除此之外,对奥巴马至今没有对伊朗的谈判设置最终的时间表,他也表达了不满之情。以色列人认为为了避免更严厉的经济制裁和军事打击,伊朗狡猾地利用美国对和谈的幻想,加紧研发的脚步,实际上,伊朗正在飞奔地加入核俱乐部的行列,

对于美以这两个不寻常的盟国来说,危机和分歧一向不是新鲜事。目前的局势却有点不同:双方存在着根本的分歧。以色列最担心的是奥巴马会改变美国和这个犹太人国家的特殊关系。

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