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  • 1. Group 21 Analysis of oil theory to explain US Israel Relations
  • 2. outline
  • 3. outline Introduction of US Israel Relations
  • 4. outline Introduction of US Israel Relations Approaches of analysis
  • 5. outline Introduction of US Israel Relations Approaches of analysis Pipeline politics
  • 6. outline Introduction of US Israel Relations Approaches of analysis Pipeline politics our argument
  • 7. introduction of USrelations Israel
  • 8. All-time Allies? US wasn’t always support Israel unconditionally 1967 SixDay War
  • 9. All-time Allies? US wasn’t always support Israel unconditionally US in Middle East Area was not much an enemy to Arab states. 1967 SixDay War
  • 10. All-time Allies? US wasn’t always support Israel unconditionally US in Middle East Area was not much an enemy to Arab states. 1967 SixDay War US continued to show its favor over Israel.
  • 11. All-time Allies? US wasn’t always support Israel unconditionally Since 1970’s Israel has been on the top list of US foreign aid, mainly in the form of military assistance.
  • 12. Approaches of Analysis
  • 13. There is nothing called perfect answer Jewish domestic power Military strategy value Resource Control homology political system Geopolitics
  • 14. There is nothing called perfect answer Jewish domestic power Military strategy value Resource Control homology political system Geopolitics
  • 15. Direct oil benefit from Israel? Pipeline politics
  • 16. The importance of Pipeline production country exporters Importers
  • 17. The importance of exporters Pipeline production country Pipeline Pipeline Importers
  • 18. Israel has a direct port to Mediterranean Sea
  • 19. Controlling Pipeline is a powerful tool for Political strategy oil field
  • 20. Controlling Pipeline is a powerful tool for Political strategy oil field
  • 21. Controlling Pipeline is a powerful tool for Political strategy Caspian Sea turkey Mediterranean israel Russia iraq iran
  • 22. Our Argument
  • 23. Without a doubt, a dangerous balance in Middle East Area will benefit the US most
  • 24. Support Israel helps US to Control Oil from arab states 1950’s 1960’s 1970’s Suez Canal Crisis brought US and USSR into the conflicts between Arab states, and between Arab and Israel.
  • 25. Support Israel helps US to Control Oil from arab states 1950’s 1960’s Nasser symbolized Arab states’ resistance of US interference, and even lean toward USSR. 1970’s
  • 26. Support Israel helps US to Control Oil from arab states 1950’s 1960’s 1967 six day war 1970’s Israel proved its capacity to paralize Egypt, and its determination to stand tall.
  • 27. Support Israel helps US to Control Oil from arab states 1950’s 1960’s 1970’s US showed its favorite over Israel. The attitude toward Arab states shifted from carrot to stick.
  • 28. Support Israel helps US to Control Oil from arab states 1950’s 1960’s 1970’s Arab states failed to threaten US with oil cutoff, making US’s power over Arab states reached peak. And this all came from supporting Israel.
  • 29. Support Israel helps US to Control Oil from arab states USA israel Arab states
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  • 31. any questions

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