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Netanyahu walks political and diplomatic tightrope as he forms coalition
November 27, 2022
Washington’s involvement in Israeli politics following the country’s recent elections is “something new in this space” and not a positive precedent, expert tells JNS.
Israel green lights gas field off Gaza, but concerned Hamas will use revenue for terror
November 14, 2022
The main hurdle to opening the Gaza Marine reservoir is the need for a Hamas-P.A. agreement.
The IAI exhibit at the Bahrain International Airshow signals deeper regional developments
November 9, 2022
“The Abraham Accords have opened the door” says Israel Aerospace Industries CEO.
High voter turnout expected in Israel’s national election
October 31, 2022
Democracies with proportional representation usually have higher voting rates.
Biden to host Israeli President Isaac Herzog as sign of close ties
October 25, 2022
“Herzog will spend a lot of time fielding questions on how the next gov't coalition will be shaped.”
‘Jerusalem of Lithuania’ remains witness to the horrors of the Nazi genocide and their willing collaborators
October 6, 2022
Lithuania’s Prime Minister Ingride Simonyte told JNS there is always more to do in terms of Holocaust education. “The main point is to be constant,” she said. “Not to just do a lot now and then nothing. It is not the intensity that matters, but the consistency.”
Lithuania marks 81 years since Nazis liquidated Vilnius Ghetto
October 2, 2022
“We can only dream of...what Lithuania would have been like if it had not been for the brutal hatred that blinded people," Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte says at the memorial.
What has the game-changing Abraham Accords accomplished after two years?
September 16, 2022
For one thing, the dialogue has shifted from security to collaboration.
Israel’s pivot away from China towards India signals understanding of US concerns
August 30, 2022
Washington’s influence, coupled with the Abraham Accords, have lent a tailwind to Israel-India relations, say experts.
Biden’s trip produced mixed bag of results for Israel, say experts
July 18, 2022
The U.S. president’s “unprecedented visit to east[ern] Jerusalem ... was seen by many as a direct challenge to Israel’s sovereignty in its capital,” according to the Jewish state’s former ambassador to the United Nations.
New effort to confront apartheid, anti-Semitism, crisis in Israel-American black relations
July 13, 2022
“The vast majority of black Americans are not anti-Semitic, not anti-Israel. But this doesn’t get talked about. The louder mouthpieces often are like Louis Farrakhan, who is talking about white people, Jews and Israel, and somehow, they are portrayed as the mouthpiece for the entire black community,” explains Pastor Dumisani Washington.
The many messages of Biden’s Mideast trip
July 12, 2022
U.S. President Joe Biden’s trip to the Middle East is good for America and Saudi Arabia, but possibly dangerous for Israel, experts tell JNS.
Zelensky challenges Israel over assistance to Ukraine in Hebrew University address
June 28, 2022
“Tell me how can you not help the victims of such aggression?”
Israel continues to walk a diplomatic tightrope between Russia and Ukraine
June 24, 2022
Addressing concerns over the balancing act, Jonathan Spyer at the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security emphasized Jerusalem’s need “to keep the Russia deconfliction process between the Kirya [Israel’s Pentagon] and the Khmeimim Air Base in Syria’s Latakia province on track.”
Rapprochement between Israel and Saudi Arabia expected to deepen, regardless of Biden visit
June 20, 2022
“This is not a breakthrough, but another stage in the tightening relationship between the two countries,” said Michal Yaari, an expert on the Arab Gulf states.
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