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rime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and President
Ronald Reagan are
scheduled to remain in office
for, roughly the same amount
of time — two more years.
This fact should be at the
very top of Shamir's thinking
now that he has assumed the
number one job in Jerusalem.
Shamir, as Prime Minister,
has an unusually good oppor-
tunity to solidify U.S:Israeli
relations in all sorts of critical
ways during the next two
years. What happens during
this period can certainly help
to shape events down the
road. Trends can be set in mo-
tion now which will be very
difficult for future American ,
Administrtions — perhaps
not as pr -Israeli in their
basic orie tation — to re-
verse.
The co bination of Rea-
gan, Sec etary of State
George S ultz and other key
policym rs probably repre-
sents the most pro-Israeli
American, leadership in
history. Th re are occasional
differences between Wash-
ington and Jerusalem, es-
pecially in the area of U.S.
arms sales to "moderate"
Arab states. But the broad
areas of agreements far
outweigh them.
Reagan and Shultz, backed
by National Security Adviser
John Poindexter, Central In-
telligence Agency Director
William Casey, and to a lesser
degree Vice President George
Bush, White House Chief of
Staff Donald Regan and even
Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger, have come to
regard Israel as a major
friend and ally. They also
believe that Israel, to a large
degree, has emerged as an im-
portant strategic asset in con-
taining the Soviet Union and
in combatting terrorism.
During the last two years,
while Shimon Peres served as
Prime Minister, the Amer-
icans simultaneously came to
regard the Arabs as the
primary obstacle standing in
the way of a revived peace
process. Israel was seen as
flexible and reasonable in
demanding direct negotia-
tions. The Arabs came to be
regarded as the intransigent
partners.
Thus, Reagan, Shultz and
company have continued
their policy of "institu-
tionalizing" close relations
with Israel in a whole host of
areas.
On the economic front, for
example, there is the U.S:
Israeli Free Trade Area agree-
ment — a far-ranging trade
liberalization development
that will totally remove all
trade obstacles between the
two countries over the next
few years. Israeli export op-
portunities in the United
States will be expanded.

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Shamir would be wise to
keep the Israeli economic
recovery program on track.
The Americans, especially
Shultz, have been very im
pressed by Israel's economic
turnaround these past two
years. Yet they are yearning
for continued economic
reforms designed to promote
real growth and greater
productivity.
The same U.S..Israeli "in-
stitutionalization" is true on
the military/ strategic level of
relations. There is today a
joint American-Israeli work-
ing group on political-mil-
itary affairs. Dams of mil-
itary and diplomatic officials

Reagan, Shultz
and other
Administration
officials
have come to
regard Israel
as a major friend
and ally.

meet regularly to coordinate
strategic cooperation. Many
details remain classified. But
by all accounts, things are
moving dramatically ahead.
On the military level,
therefore, the U.S. and Israel
are doing things toddy —
quietly, without a lot of fan-
fare — that they have never
done before. The damage
from the Jonathan Jay
Pollard spy scandal has been
contained. Any negative
Arab reaction to this en-
hanced military relationship
has also been contained.
Shultz has said that he
wants to strengthen these
bilateral forums. I4 order to
do so, the Secretary will need
Israel's full cooperation. That
is the message being sent to
Shamir. Israel's best friends
in Washington outside the
Administration — Senators
and Congressmen as well as
American Jewish political ac-
tivists — recognize the
golden opportunity that cur-
rently exists. In all sorts of
ways, they are passing along
their own messages to Shamir
and the new cast of char-
acters occupying the Prime
Minister's Office in Jer-
usalem.
The Americans recognize
the politics of the real world
— the often-times conflicting
pressures that will come to
bear on Shamir. Will the
Prime Minister risk alien-
tating a very friendly Reagan
Administration, Congress
and American public opinion
in. order to appease
rightwing of the political
spectrum in Jerusalee,That
remains to be seen.
If Israel plays its card
right, for instance, there could
be a reduction in the prevail-

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