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Netanyahu Says Israel-India Anti-Tank Guided Missile Deal Remains on Track
January 21, 2018
Netanyahu Says Israel-India Anti-Tank Guided Missile Deal Remains on Track
India will still buy Israeli Spike ATGMs, according to the Israeli prime minister.
Netanyahu Says Israel-India Anti-Tank Guided Missile Deal Remains on Track
Israel and China a 'Marriage Made in Heaven,' Says Netanyahu
March 22, 2017
Israel and China a 'Marriage Made in Heaven,' Says Netanyahu
Though security cooperation remains limited, the two sides are pushing forward on trade and technology.
Israel and China a 'Marriage Made in Heaven,' Says Netanyahu
The Israel-Kazakhstan Partnership
July 19, 2016
The Israel-Kazakhstan Partnership
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's upcoming visit to Kazakhstan underscores growing ties.
The Israel-Kazakhstan Partnership
Netanyahu’s Faulty Case to the U.S. Congress
March 07, 2015
Netanyahu’s Faulty Case to the U.S. Congress
For the Israeli Prime Minister, compromise isn’t an option.
Netanyahu’s Faulty Case to the U.S. Congress
The Myth of India's 'Shift' Toward Israel
February 19, 2015
The Myth of India's 'Shift' Toward Israel
Despite recent perceptions to the contrary, India's relationship with Israel continues to be limited.
The Myth of India's 'Shift' Toward Israel
Japan's 'Mercantile Realism' in the Middle East
January 23, 2015
Japan's 'Mercantile Realism' in the Middle East
Japan's economic-based strategy was on display during Shinzo Abe's tour of the Middle East.
Japan's 'Mercantile Realism' in the Middle East
Despite IS Hostage Crisis, PM Abe Brings Japan Closer to Israel
January 23, 2015
Despite IS Hostage Crisis, PM Abe Brings Japan Closer to Israel
By forging closer ties with Israel, Shinzo Abe is trying to make Japan geopolitically more relevant.
Despite IS Hostage Crisis, PM Abe Brings Japan Closer to Israel
Israel Targets Japan in ‘Look East’
January 19, 2015
Israel Targets Japan in ‘Look East’
Bilateral relations have seen a strong revival in recent months.
Israel Targets Japan in ‘Look East’
Sino-Israeli Economic Ties Blossoming
December 01, 2014
Sino-Israeli Economic Ties Blossoming
With its impressive R&D, Israel is emerging as a small but pivotal partner for China.
Sino-Israeli Economic Ties Blossoming
The Unintended Consequences of a Japanese/Israeli Defense Agreement
May 13, 2014
The Unintended Consequences of a Japanese/Israeli Defense Agreement
While the agreements are an easy and obvious course of action for Israel, Japan should tread carefully.
The Unintended Consequences of a Japanese/Israeli Defense Agreement
May 04, 2013
China: Middle East Peace Broker?
Chinese and U.S. leaders have both said they want to create a new type of relationship. The Middle East is the perfect place to start.
China: Middle East Peace Broker?
Israel's Iran Debate Takes New Turn
May 09, 2012
Israel's Iran Debate Takes New Turn
Benjamin Netanyahu’s bellicose rhetoric over Iran has prompted push back from former intelligence chiefs. But a new coalition member is unlikely to help moderate his policy.
Israel's Iran Debate Takes New Turn
Why the Right Hated the Iran Talks
April 19, 2012
Why the Right Hated the Iran Talks
The weekend talks on Iran’s nuclear program were hailed by many as progress. But the American right doesn’t see things that way.
Why the Right Hated the Iran Talks
Middle East Peace Set to Break Out?
March 15, 2012
Middle East Peace Set to Break Out?
Despite some of the recent bluster and bloodshed over Iran and Syria, developments this month suggest that there may be light at the end of the tunnel.
Middle East Peace Set to Break Out?
Obama’s Iran Headache
March 06, 2012
Obama’s Iran Headache
Barack Obama’s Iran nuclear election year headache is likely to get to get worse before it gets better.
Obama’s Iran Headache
Obama’s Iran Headache
March 06, 2012
Obama’s Iran Headache
Barack Obama’s Iran nuclear election year headache is likely to get to get worse before it gets better.
Obama’s Iran Headache
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