Separation of Power Themes

Vince Flynn
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Relationship Between Israel and America

Flynn presents a complex and somewhat one-sided relationship between Israel and America. In Flynn's novel, America is willing to help Israel destroy Saddam's weapons because they know any problems raised by Israel can affect them, too. Nevertheless, Israel's insistence that they will attack Iraq if America does not attack first comes across as black mail. In addition, the Mossad leader, Ben Freidman, is one of the more self-serving characters in the book, putting his own wealth before his country's close relationship with the USA. This suggests Israel is a loose cannon that only America can control.

Hank Clark takes advantage of this situation by using Freidman to find him an assassin to kill Peter Cameron. Despite Freidman's powerful position, the narrator shows that Freidman is more than willing to do it as long as there is enough money involved. In comparison, the narrator presents...

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