Category Archives: Israel

Oct 10 2012

Germany and Israel: Is It Friendship?

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By Dr Felix Berenskoetter, Lecturer at SOAS, University of London In the second of two posts on German-Israeli relations, Felix Berenskoetter argues that a shared commitment to the memory of the Holocaust and to Israel’s right to exist has not … Continue reading

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Feb 22 2011

Strategic Flexibility: the Obama Administration after Egypt

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by Nicholas Kitchen A month on from President Ben Ali’s ouster in Tunisia, a wave of protest has swept across the Arab world. With varying degrees of popular support, protests against ruling elites have sprung up in Algeria, Libya, Yemen, … Continue reading

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Dec 8 2010

The lack of substance behind Brazil’s and Argentina’s recognition of Palestinian independence

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By Guy Burton Brazilian flags have been highly visible on Ramallah streets over the past few days, almost as much as in June and before the country crashed out of the World Cup. Their presence has much to do with … Continue reading

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