Israel-China relations are surging. Trade between the two countries is closing in on $15 billion annually. When their long awaited free-trade agreement is signed, this number is expected to more than double. China has no interest in the boycott-the-Jews BDS movement, because they want Israeli tech in a big way. They want to build Israeli infrastructure as well, as party of their Belt and Road Initiative.
The Trump administration has taken notice. The Israel-China relationship is beginning to conflict with Israel’s relationship with the United States. The Trump administration wants Israel to decelerate (to an extent) its relations with China. Israel will likely fulfill this request, since President Trump is such a friend and ally. The Israelis would do the same for any future Republican President as well.
However, what will happen if the anti-America, anti-Semitic, and pro-BDS Democrats take power in the future? How could an Israel-hating Democrat President, who supports the BDS movement, ask Israel to decelerate their relationship with China or anyone else? The U.S-Israel relationship could become very interesting and very different under the next Democrat President.
Rest assured that China will be watching very closely.
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