Writers & Participants
September 23, 2019
The June economic workshop in Manama was never about reaching a solution, but in presenting novel ideas that may ultimately bear fruit
September 22, 2019
The solution to 21st century challenges, such as climate change, sustainability, and mass migration are increasingly tackled by cities and city networks
January 7, 2019
Israeli investment in the field of clean, renewable energy falls woefully short. This negligence harms Israel economically and could inhibit diplomatic gains.
October 14, 2018
Oded Raanan & Vera Michlin
Last month, the Russian military launched its biggest military exercise since the end of the Cold War. The tension persisting between the Kremlin and the West has s...
September 28, 2018
The UNHRC, tasked with investigating human rights violations, is often accused of political bias. This article examines the conduct of the Council by comparing the...
The State of Israel and its dedicated advocates, at home and abroad, are mostly scoring “own goals” in the campaign to defend its right to exist. Many of these mist...
May 29, 2018
For the past three decades I have been involved in the special relationship between Israel and the United States, which despite turbulent moments has flourished and...
Israel cannot ignore the fact that in today's world, the battle for maintaining a positive image is at the forefront of modern conflicts. When reacting to Palestini...
Yarden Ben Yosef
Social media have become the main platform in the modern world for consumption of news, and prolific users enjoy significant influence over readers' opinions. The d...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is systematically being stripped of its powers and responsibilities by a government which wants to run a foreign policy without publ...
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