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A Reporter at Large
June 18, 2018 Issue
Donald Trump’s New World Order
How the President, Israel, and the Gulf states plan to fight Iran—and leave the Palestinians and the Obama years behind.
By Adam Entous
June 11, 2018
Trump’s team appears unfazed by the feeling among Palestinians that they are being cast aside.
Illustration by Javier Jaén
A Reporter at Large
June 18, 2018 Issue
Donald Trump’s New World Order
How the President, Israel, and the Gulf states plan to fight Iran—and leave the Palestinians and the Obama years behind.
By Adam Entous
June 11, 2018
Trump’s team appears unfazed by the feeling among Palestinians that they are being cast aside.
Illustration by Javier Jaén
On the afternoon of December 14, 2016, Ron Dermer, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, rode from his Embassy to the White House to attend a Hanukkah party. The Obama Administration was in its final days, and among the guests were some of the President’s most ardent Jewish supporters, who were there to bid
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Published in the print edition of the June 18, 2018, issue, with the headline “The Enemy of My Enemy.”
Adam Entous is a staff writer at The New Yorker.
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