Between a Jewish and an Israeli Foreign Policy: Israel-Argentina Relations and the Issue of Jewish Disappeared Persons and Detainees under the Military Junta, 1976-1983
March 21, 2004 | Yitzhak Mualem
This article examines the effect of the functioning of a Jewish and democratic state as the state of the Jewish people or "a Jewish state" - on the foreign relations of Israel. Israel's definition as a Jewish state affects the nature of its foreign policy. The foreign policy of a state defined as a Jewish state is complex and unique. This stems from the structure of the state which is made up of at least two ethnic groups.