Articles

Don’t Confuse the People of Iran with Its Islamic Regime

Out of all of the larger countries in the region, Iran is, without any doubt, the one that is most likely to transition toward democracy. Read More »

The Palestinian Authority as a Post-Soviet “Frozen Conflict”

The Israeli government should acknowledge that the creation of a Palestinian state with a robust economy, independent infrastructure, and low unemployment may not be in the PA leadership’s best interest. Read More »

Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism – African Style

This article will discuss anti-Zionist dogma within the context of African time and space and define its substance and structure as well as its ideological representations. It will identify its grammar, vocabulary, and metaphors, describe its dissemination, and reveal its […] Read More »

Indo-Israeli Relations: A Quest for Great-Power Status Since 1991

Indo-Israeli bilateral relations have grown significantly in recent years, with the two nations’ interests converging on a range of issues. Read More »

The Complexity of the Relations between European Jewry and Israel

From the inception of the Zionist movement to the present, Israel and the Diaspora have been sharply at odds over the future and the nature of the Jewish people. Read More »

The State of Israel:
A Partner in the Development of the African Continent

Africa’s relations with Israel must be understood in light of the need to diversify the African economies and meet the challenges posed by the world’s new geopolitical configuration. Read More »

U.S.-Israeli Ties: The 400-Year-Old Unique Foundations

Israel is the only unconditional ally of the United States, wholeheartedly reciprocating the value-driven unconditional identification, by the American people, with the Jewish state. Read More »

Michelle Mazel, Julius Matthias:  A Pact with the Devil

Mazel ‘s  moving and realistic depiction of the situation in Oradea/Nagyvarad is suspenseful. Read More »

Israel and the World of Catholicism(s)

This article assesses the relationship of the Roman Catholic Church and its faithful to the Jewish people and to Israel. Read More »

From the Editor

I firmly believe that Israel will continue to lead the scientific community and will remain at the forefront of innovation. Read More »

Edward Kritzler, Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean

This book is not only intended to entertain its readers. It is a book about geopolitics in the 16th century. Read More »

The Ongoing Major Distortion of the Holocaust

The ongoing abuse of the Holocaust is increasing at an alarming rate, permeating additional quarters of mainstream society. Read More »

Poland is Not Yet Lost, But …

Good Polish-Israeli relations are not only important for these two countries themselves, but also for the entire free world. Read More »

Jewish-Arab Coexistence in Jerusalem and Local Elections

Normalization grows Read More »

Can Palestinian Ports Be Developed in Gaza to Relieve the Humanitarian Crisis?

Would Israel’s security suffer if a Gaza port is established? Read More »