Paper on Israel Lobby Sparks Heated Debate When two prominent American professors published their research on the U.S. relationship with Israel, their conclusions set off a firestorm of debate.
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Paper on Israel Lobby Sparks Heated Debate

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Paper on Israel Lobby Sparks Heated Debate

Paper on Israel Lobby Sparks Heated Debate

Paper on Israel Lobby Sparks Heated Debate

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John Mearsheimer (left) of the University of Chicago and Stephen Walt of Harvard have published a controversial paper on the Israel lobby's influence on U.S. foreign policy. Courtesy University of Chicago/Harvard hide caption

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