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Netanyahu, Putin talk in Paris; no future meeting set
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the “conversation was very good and to the point; I would say it was very important.”
Netanyahu in Paris: ‘European countries want to strengthen ties with the State of Israel’
European Jewish Press
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that while sitting at the top table with heads of European states in Paris, he made it clear how important it is for them to connect and have strong ties with Israel—in the political, economic, technological and security arenas.
Turkey’s Syrian quagmire
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan does not understand that his biggest divergence with Russia is over the future of all of Syria, not just a Syrian province.
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.
Putin plays a double game
In the wake of a downed spy plane, the fact that Israel is worried means that the United States will be, too, and that tensions between America and Russia may intensify.
Israel’s insurance policy
Pundits mocked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s frequent trips to the Kremlin and were quick to criticize the deconfliction channel, but now, when imminent danger has reared its head, they must acknowledge his accomplishments, which he is now trying to salvage.
Its battle with fate: Russia, geography, a historical cycle
To contain this immense geographic sphere, Russian leaders have had to expend enormous financial, military, and political resources.
US and Russia reportedly agree to oust Iran from Syria
The development comes ahead of an upcoming visit to Geneva by U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton, who will meet with senior Russian officials, focusing on issues related to Iran and Syria.
Can the US and Israel rely on Putin to force Iran out of Syria?
Israel has raised alarms over Iran and its Shi’ite terror proxies establishing a permanent presence in post-war Syria, especially along the demilitarized Israeli-Syrian border.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Why Israel wants Trump to get along with Putin
As Americans debate the propriety of good relations with a dangerous Russian regime, Israelis see Moscow as the key to putting Iran in its place.
Netanyahu to Putin: Iran needs to leave Syria
“It is clear that our focus is on Syria and Iran. Our view that Iran needs to leave Syria is well-known; it is not new to you,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Turkey likely to get F-35 jets, despite inflammatory rhetoric and Islamist pull
Ultimately, the United States will decide. Multiple bills are being debated in Congress designed to challenge and block the sale.
Vladimir Putin’s self-fulfilling prophecy of confrontation and isolation
He is presented as Russia’s savior from, and avenger of, Western offenses.
Following Netanayhu visit, Russia will not send S-300 anti-aircraft system to Syria
An aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin who oversees military assistance to other countries said it does not believe that the systems are currently needed there.