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Talhami weighs in on U.S. intervention in Jerusalem

Professor Emerita of Politics Ghada Hashem Talhami’s new book, American Presidents and Jerusalem, has been published.

“This study examines the policies of twentieth-century US presidents regarding the status of Jerusalem. It traces the evolution of the United States’ embroilment in the politics of Mandatory Palestine, successive wars, and regimes that vied for control over Jerusalem,” describes publisher Rowman and Littlefield, adding that “the book is an illustration of the perils of downplaying the human rights abuses of junior client states in order to placate national lobby groups in the United States.”