Article of the Day: Give Bibi The Nobel Peace Prize

Give Bibi the Nobel Peace Prize The first thing I learned as a student of international affairs was that diplomacy is inherently a two sided affair. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu clearly disagrees with this statement. This takes a very interesting stance on the very public differences between Netanyahu and the American administration but actually makes […]

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Article of the day: “Is This Ship Sinking?” Inside the Collapse of the Campaign Against Netanyahu

“Is This Ship Sinking?” Inside the Collapse of the Campaign Against Netanyahu   Israel’s parliamentary election — and the eventual reelection of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — was undoubtedly the marking moment of the month of March. Although I, like many others, expected a close race or perhaps even a slight victory from Isaac Herzog, […]

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Banning Rationality: How France’s Government Fueled Radicals

French authorities have estimated that roughly 14,500 people demonstrated today in Paris in support to Palestine. This march comes after a weekend marked by clashes between Palestinian supporters and French police. The pro-Palestine march organized in Paris tonight occurred with almost no abuses or any indications of violence. This is a far cry from the […]

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The FN Divided over Israel

Wonderful article in Le Figaro (in French) today explaining the radio silence coming from the FN over the violence that happened this weekend in Paris during a pro-palestinian demonstration.  I have been working on an article (that I plan to post tomorrow) detailing my view of this event, and more specifically how I believe that the government […]

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Powering Peace: The Case for Growing Gaza’s Energy Sector

The Gaza Strip has a major energy crisis. Estimates suggest that Gaza has a power shortage of roughly 49%, indicating that almost half of the day is spent without reliable electricity. Clearly, this tangible reality does little to help the cause of the Israeli’s but rather incites radicalization. I want to begin this post by […]

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