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Mideast Collapse – Israel’s Concerns
Mideast Collapse – Israel’s Concerns  


September 2, 2016  

The Jewish State has never been so secure, and its neighbourhood so unpredictable The turmoil in the Middle East is affecting,... 

Trudeau, Turkey and a Tour d’Horizon
Trudeau, Turkey and a Tour d’Horizon  


September 2, 2016  

GB sits down with one of North America’s most esteemed international affairs analysts GB: How is the new Trudeau government... 

Reflections on the Jewish Question
Reflections on the Jewish Question  


October 6, 2015  

Why and how Israel will need to work hard to make it through this new century The late great Fred Halliday, leading thinker... 

Is the Arab Spring Over?
Is the Arab Spring Over?  


November 11, 2013  

It’s a tale of three transitions – none yet to democracy – and it’s hardly begun The ouster of Egypt’s first democratically... 

In Praise of the Small States
In Praise of the Small States  


June 17, 2013  

Strategic coherence and ruthlessness are allowing many smaller countries – from Singapore to Israel – to succeed in turbulent... 

Persian Gulf Futures
Persian Gulf Futures  


March 5, 2013  

Shaky monarchies, strategic pressures, and threats to energy and shipping The failure to date by oil- and gas-rich Persian... 

Israel Reacts to the Arab Spring
Israel Reacts to the Arab Spring  


June 7, 2012  

Proposition: The Arab Spring is, on balance, a major strategic problem for Israel Saeed Rahnema (against): Whether or not... 

Iran – Neighbourhood and Future
Iran – Neighbourhood and Future  


November 17, 2011  

GB sits down with Stanford’s Abbas Milani to discuss Iran: from Tehran and Bushehr to the Diaspora GB Where do you see... 

Arab Spring —  chief consequence?
Arab Spring — chief consequence?  


October 19, 2011  

Nader Hashemi Shortly after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak, Aluf Benn, the editor-in-chief of Haaretz, wrote a column entitled:... 

Whither the Israeli Project?
Whither the Israeli Project?  


October 19, 2011  

Israel’s own ‘Arab Spring’ suggests a far more complex national destiny, but one that is to be expected for a maturing... 

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