Israel (Spring 2015)

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    Politics and Growing Sino-Israel Trade

    Meron Medzini
    A version of this article appeared in Economic Political Studies, Renmin University, Beijing, January 2015. In May 2014, China's Vice Premier Liu Yandong visited Israel,...

    Powering the Land of Milk & Honey: Israel & Energy

    Norman A. Bailey
    For many decades a joke has made the rounds in the Jewish world: "Hashem gave the land of milk and honey to the descendants...

    Making David into Goliath

    Shoshana Bryen
    "Sticks and Stones" Friends and supporters are pleased when pro-Israel information appears in the press or social media. They spread it around and hope it...

    The Palestinians and the “Diplomatic Intifada”

    Grant Rumley
    The Palestinian leadership is frustrated. Sidelined in Israel by an increasingly bitter election season that wants to discuss anything but the peace process and...

    “Start Up Nation” Leads International Aid Agency

    Shachar Zahavi and Yael Eshel
    Editor's Note: U.S. aid to Israel comes largely in the form of security assistance—funds to help Israel purchase military hardware and technology to help...

    Lines in the Sand

    Yaakov Amidror
    The mid-winter tensions on the Israel-Syria border and Sunni attacks in Sinai and Suez against Egypt may seem unrelated, but they actually have several...

    The World Needs American Leadership

    Rob Portman
    With instability, violence, and war breaking out around the globe and threats to America and our allies becoming more severe, the world we live...

    Letter from the Publisher

    Matthew Brooks
    Israel finds itself increasingly under political attack these days and friends of Israel understand that actual Israeli behavior is not the driving factor. We...

    Simple, Complete, and Unconditional

    Senator Tom Cotton Spring 2015
    inFocus: Why does the United States need to remain involved abroad, exercising our political clout and military power, to ensure a more secure world?...