Writers & Participants
February 6, 2020
The radical Shi’ite organization’s criminal networks in Latin America generate hundreds of millions of dollars annually. Israel must do more to stop them
September 23, 2019
The radical Shi’ite organization is invested in drug trafficking, money laundering, and arms sales in the old continent. Yet most European countries insist on maint...
Russia, China, and Iran are disrupting the deep peace that characterized the post-Cold War years. What's at stake? Michael Mandelbaum discusses
September 28, 2018
Winning the Arab states’ public support for Washington’s peace efforts would have a powerful international impact, and would be difficult for Palestinians to ignore...
Jacob Rosen Koenigsbuch
With the civil war nearing its end, the Assad regime aims to launch international efforts to reconstruct the country. Yet few countries possess the necessary capita...
September 27, 2018
The lack of a universal definition for the term “terrorism” enables some states to say they stand against it, while in practice they support it. Global adoption of...
May 29, 2018
Ron Prosor and Eytan Gilboa
A senior diplomat joins a prominent academic for a professional debate about the foreign policy of a tempestuous, unpredictable president, in an attempt to determin...
Liron A. Libman
Dealing with violent demonstrations, such as those taking place along the Gaza border, is only one of the many legal challenges Israel faces fighting asymmetric con...
An increasing number of governments are engaged social media to advance foreign policy goals. Despite the growing importance of the virtual arena in international d...
Economic Statecraft in the Digital Age
As the World Burns, Israel Must Develop "Sustainability Diplomacy"
Hezbollah is Thriving in Europe. Why Are Its Governments Silent?
The Steady Rise of City Networks in the Urban Age
Switching from Fax to Facebook Does Not Qualify as Innovative Diplomacy