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November 12: What happens now? The U.S. election results and their implications

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No matter who wins this historic election, the new administration will face huge challenges. Can the country be unified or does more division or even chaos lie ahead? What do the election results portend for U.S. Middle East policy, the U.S.-Israel-Palestine relationship and the Israel-Diaspora relationship?

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What happens now? Election results and the implications


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