Category Archives: Israel

Jun 20 2010

The Bigger Picture: Israel-Turkey Relations in Context

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By Guy Burton The fallout from the Gaza flotilla debacle at the end of May provides an opportunity to consider the relative positions of Israel and Turkey both regionally and globally. The furore has reinforced the image of Israel as … Continue reading

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Jun 11 2010

Turkey and Israel: The End of the Affair?

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By Christopher Phillips As the dust from Israel’s 31st May attack on a Gaza-bound Turkish aid ship continues to settle, and the various sides push their own accounts of who violated which international laws and protocols, one thing is for … Continue reading

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May 28 2010

A Decade for the Israeli Withdrawal from Lebanon: How Much Has Changed?

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By Yaniv Voller Ten years ago, in May 2000, the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) withdrew from Lebanon after almost two decades of military control over South Lebanon and ended direct political interference in Lebanese political affairs. The IDF’s withdrawal from … Continue reading

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