After seemingly having a relatively tranquil quarter century, following the 1994 signing of a peace treaty between Jordan and Israel, a sudden chill is threatening the relations between the two countries, with the announcement by King Abdullah to end certain arrangements of the bilateral agreement.
To discuss the expected implications of the move, we are joined here in the studio by;
Dr. Nir Boms – Research fellow, Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University
Mr. Gilad Sher, Senior Research Fellow – INSS
Dr. Eran Lerman, Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute for Security and Strategy and a lecturer at Shalem College in Jerusalem
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Dr. Nir Boms; Research fellow, Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University
Lt. Col. (Res) Dr. Reuven Berko, Columnist, Yisrael Hayom daily
Hebrew University professor Elia Bnay Simon, who runs a blog containing scoops on Israel’s security – including recent ‘death’ of Mossad chief Dagan, is actually a pro-Syrian Lebanese reporter who disseminates black propaganda on Web