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Moscow officials send mixed signals on Russia-Israel ties
Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov said in the “complicated and multipolar world in which we live today, it happens that countries that have ties develop different views on global problems.”
Israel and Russia go back to the future
We must realize that unlike Israel’s relationship with the United States, which is strongly supported by American public opinion, in Russia everything starts and ends in the Kremlin.
The mask drops: Russia reveals itself as Israel’s enemy
But with Russia’s equipping Syria with S-300s, and its inevitable operation by Russian officers against Israeli aircraft, the Russians risk a major military and technological debacle.
Netanyahu: Israel and Russia will continue close defense coordination
Leaving for the U.N. General Assembly in New York, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says thanks to cooperation with Russia, Israel has had “great success” in curtailing Iran in Syria.
Former envoy: Israel-Russia crisis artificial, driven by anti-Semitism
As tensions rise over shooting down of Russian plane in Syria, researcher Zvi Magen says two clear factions have emerged in Russia: One is pleased that Israel is doing the work for Russia and acting against Iran, while the other one sees Iran as an ally.
Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies
Have Putin and Netanyahu struck a grand bargain?
Israel could be the major beneficiary of a new order based on states and state actors minding their own business except for cross-border commerce that would augment regional stability.
Is an anti-Iran bloc of Russia, U.S. and Israel forming in Syria?
Ariel Ben Solomon
Tensions between Russia and Iran over Syria have intensified, and it appears that the interests of Russia, America and Israel are coalescing around limiting Iran’s and Hezbollah’s role in Syria.
Russia to host its annual national-day celebration for first time in Jerusalem
Interesting exchange: The United States will not host its July Fourth celebrations in Israel from its controversial new Jerusalem embassy, while Russia this year will celebrate its independence day in Jerusalem, as opposed to Tel Aviv.
Russian Foreign Ministry summons Israeli ambassador over latest airstrike in Syria
Though Israeli officials insist that they do not solicit permission from Russia in order to carry out operations in Russian-backed Syria, Russia expressed disapproval over not being informed in advance of the strike.
Russia and Syria accuse Israel of bombing base, killing 14
Russia claims that two Israeli F-15 fighter jets launched eight missiles from Lebanese airspace early Monday morning, and that five of them were intercepted by Russian air defenses.
Lt. Col. (res.) Dr. Raphael Ofek
Israel’s intelligence contribution to U.S. security: The Cold War years
The current nuclear threat to the United States comes from North Korea and, as in the 1970s and 1980s, America has difficulty collecting and assessing intelligence.
Experts warn of ‘escalation’ between Israel and Russia over Syria
Ariel Ben Solomon
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week did not appear to resolve the two countries’ differing objectives in Syria, and it remains unclear if the status-quo can continue.
Netanyahu warns Putin that Israel will ‘stop’ Iranian encroachment in Syria, Lebanon
In his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Putin that Israel will “stop” Iranian encroachment in Syria and Lebanon.