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INTO THE FRAY: The Bahrain Conference: Failure Foretold

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column The Bahrain Conference: Failure Foretold (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) The endeavor to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by economic means not only shows a grave defect in understanding its underlying causes, but inverts the causal relationship that generates & sustains it It appears […]

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Beware of Middle Eastern Politics

        By Mordechai Kedar If and when the Iranian threat weakens or disappears , we may witness a weakening or the complete disappearance of the main reason Saudi Arabia and the Emirates developed relations with Israel For the past few years, there seems to be a gradual improvement in the relations between […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Let the PA collapse

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column  Let the PA collapse (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Despite possible short term difficulties, Israel should seize on the impending collapse of the Palestinian Authority as an opportunity to extricate itself from the deadly cul-de-sac, into which the Oslo process has lured it […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Restoring Jewish Sovereignty

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column  Restoring Jewish Sovereignty (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray)  Intensive investment must be made in civil society frameworks that can not only draw the idea of extended Israeli sovereignty into the main-stream discourse as a legitimate political objective, but as one that can dominate […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Bennett and Bibi’s election boo-boo?

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: INTO THE FRAY: Bennett and Bibi’s election boo-boo? (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Given the emerging realities in Israel’s political landscape, the danger to Right-wing incumbency entailed in early elections might well be considerably less than those entailed in postponing them. […]

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