This week on “The Caroline Glick Show,” Caroline is joined by David Goldman from the Asia Times to discuss the status of the war in Ukraine, whose bitter one-year anniversary we mark this week.
Caroline and David discuss the state of the war on the ground, and the prospects for ending it. They discuss how the war has impacted the United States’ reputation as an ally and a global superpower, regional realities in the Middle East in light of Russia’s burgeoning alliance with Iran, and how Israel needs to assess its relationship with the United States, Russia and China as Iran strides towards a declared nuclear arsenal and the U.S. sinks in stature, competence and credibility.
In her opening, Caroline talks about the historic significance of the Knesset’s passage in first reading of the first two bills in the Israeli government’s judicial reform package.
Monday, Feb. 21, 2023, the Jewish new month of Adar, marked the first time in Israeli history that the right began seizing governing power from Israel’s permanent bureaucracy, she says.
She goes into the question of why the nationalist camp didn’t take this action decades ago, and why today’s action, and the full implementation of Justice Minister Yariv Levin’s legal reform package, is imperative for the preservation of Israel as the Jewish state and the restoration of Israeli democracy.