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Deconstruction Zone: Why history still matters

Fifty-three years ago on June 5, the Six-Day War broke out. While some wars fade into obscurity, this one remains as relevant today as it was in 1967. 

Israel and the Libyan Civil War

No verified reports of any Israeli involvement in Libya alongside the Egyptians and UAE have emerged to date. But you can be sure that Jerusalem will be watching events there with interest.

Europa Europa: Trading Places

Among the myriad uncertainties confronting Britain in its post-Brexit iteration, one of the brightest lights to shine is its future trade relationship with Israel.

Behind the News – February 2020

Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh reportedly angered Egypt by attending the funeral in Teheran of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani

Essay: The Qatar-Qaradawi nexus

The recent decision by several Arab States to designate a number of Qatari-hosted Islamists as terrorist entities has once again raised the issue of Qatari support for both violent and non-violent Islamists.

Israel’s new approach in Syria/ Gas cooperation opportunities

Update from AIJAC   Update 01/19 #03 This Update deals with the aftermath of the exchange of fire between Israel and Iran and its proxies over Syria...

The ABC’s unhealthy coverage of Gaza’s antibiotic resistance problem

An ability to differentiate genuine news from propaganda is a basic skill required of journalists – whether you work for a high school newspaper...

Essay: When Anwar met Menachem

Forty years on, the accords produced during that 13-day summit shine as a ray of light in an otherwise turbulent Middle East. 

Truce negotiations and the Fatah-Hamas conflict

The importance of the Cairo discussions can be found elsewhere: the shift of the PLO and affiliated organisations towards Hamas.

Truce or Consequences

Israel does have a short to medium term strategy for Gaza, which like most other strategies contains inherent contradictions and has to be relevant in an extremely complex situation.

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