In the midst of the global warming crisis, the United States and Israel have reached out in kind, forging closer economic and military ties.
As a result, the two nations have seen a significant uptick in trade.
This week, Israel signed a deal to sell $2.4 billion worth of advanced fighter jets and military equipment to the United State, as well as a $400 million agreement to buy military-grade submarines from the United Kingdom.
Israel also recently agreed to invest $300 million to build a naval air station in the United Arab Emirates.
Both countries have also made inroads in the development of advanced technology, such as the development and production of advanced military and cyber equipment.
But despite these successes, the relationship between the two countries has been marked by a degree of mistrust.
According to a recent report by the Israeli government’s Institute for Strategic Studies, there has been a “serious breakdown in the trust and cooperation” between the Israeli and American governments on the ground.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a news conference in Jerusalem, November 20, 2017.
Despite the growing number of incidents of spying and spying-related incidents that have taken place in the past few years, Israel has been hesitant to speak out on the issue.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has been quoted as saying that he has not been able to convince American President Donald Trump that there is no longer any need for spying.
However, Lieberman also told The Associated Press in an interview that his country has been able “to keep the lid on things.”
In the past, Netanyahu has expressed frustration over the U.S. decision to end a secret intelligence program codenamed “Boeing 702,” which allows the government to monitor the communications of Americans and others around the world.
In an interview with the AP, Lieberman said that “the most recent episode [of spying] has made it very clear to us that there’s a need for us to maintain that [intelligence-sharing] agreement, so that there will not be another case.”
Netanyahu has previously said that Israel will not support spying on its citizens, and has threatened to impose a financial penalty if U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres did not condemn spying on U.Z. citizens by the United Nations.
The recent spying controversy has also highlighted tensions between Israel and the United states.
Last month, President Trump announced that the U,S.
was ending a $2 billion aid package for the Palestinian Authority, saying it had been “sabotaged” by Israel.
Trump also said that he was “not going to tolerate any further Israeli spying on American citizens.”
In recent years, the U of A has also been criticized by the Palestinian government, which accused the university of failing to provide basic education and social services to its students.
However and as noted above, Israel is currently building an advanced air base near the northern city of Ashkelon that will house a fleet of F-35 stealth fighter jets.
As the Israeli defense minister has previously stated, “The American [Air Force] does not operate in our airspace, and they are not part of our airspace.”