Israel’s relations – with what is considered to be, the moderate Arab world, had recently been upgraded from an open secret to public display, which raises questions vis-à-vis the visibility of Israel’s acceptance in the pre-dominantly Arab region.
-Jonathan Hessen, host.
-Amir Oren, analyst.
-Mr. Danny Ayalon – Israel’s Former Deputy Foreign Minister and Ambassador to the United States.
– Dr. Nir Boms – Research fellow, Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University
– Lt. Col. Res. Reuven Ben Shalom – Cross-cultural strategist and columnist at the Jerusalem Post.
With a substantial demand of military hardware, the conflict-ridden Middle East has become one of the most significant regions in the world’s arms market. Guests: 1. Dr. Ely Karmon, Senior researcher – The Institute for Counter Terrorism, IDC Herzliyah 2. Dr. Nir Boms – Research fellow, The Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University Analyst: Amir Oren
On the 10th of February, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged his country’s elite to unite in the face of threats by Washington, since the new US Administration, under President Donald Trump, increasingly demonstrates a new, and tougher range of options to be used against the Islamic Republic, pertaining to Tehran’s ongoing violations.
To discuss the growing tension between the two countries and the implications on the Middle East, I’m join here in the studio by:
Dr. Nir Boms, Research Fellow, Moshe Dayan Center – Tel Aviv University
Dr. Ephraim Kam, Senior Researcher – INSS
Analyst: Mr. Amir Oren
Following Donald Trump’s land-slide victory in the Presidential election, questions arise as to his intensions pertaining to the Middle East and Israel. An Israeli document defined Trump’s perception of this chaotic region as a “bad investment”, yet a reality in which Washington turns its back on the Middle East could bring about dangerous consequences.
1. Mr. Owen Alterman, Foreign Affairs Correspondent – i24 news.
2. Dr. Nir Boms, Research Fellow – Moshe Dayan Center – Tel Aviv University