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Senat Policy Papers: 1996
US-Israel Relations After the November Elections

Senat #10, December 1996

ABSTRACT

The election of Bill Clinton to a second term as the 42nd President of the US represents an expression of faith in his economic policy and the direction in which he is steering the country. Clinton is the first Democratic president to be reelected since Franklin Roosevelt despite the trend, becoming apparent in recent years, of a general shift in voter support to the Republican Party (in other words, Republics now comprise a "natural majority"). This trend was manifested in the election of Republican majorities to both houses of Congress, as well as the continued control of 31 of the 50 governorships.

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The Peace Process and Economic Trends in the Israeli Economy

Senat #4, November 1996

ABSTRACT

The Peace Process, Ratings, and Foreign Investors As of 1985, Israel has slowly been improving its status on the international credit ratings. This improvement implies that the risk associated with investing in Israel has declined.

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