From the Introduction: "Israel has forged close bilateral cooperation with the United States in many areas; issues with significant implications for U.S.-Israel relations include the following.  Israeli domestic political issues, including challenges related to the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic and associated economic concerns, and protests against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.  Israel's security cooperation with the United States.  Israeli-Palestinian issues and U.S. policy.  Israel's agreement to normalize relations with the United Arab Emirates in return for suspending plans to annex some areas of the West Bank, and implications of the agreement for Israeli-Palestinian issues, U.S. arms sales, and Israel's Qualitative Military Edge.  Shared U.S.-Israel concerns about Iran's nuclear program and regional influence, including with Lebanon-based Hezbollah, Syria, and Iraq.  Chinese investment in Israeli companies and infrastructure, and U.S. concerns about implications for U.S. national security."
CRS Report for Congress, R44245
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