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Russian Policy in the Middle East

Alexey Drobinin is a Minister-Counselor at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Israel. He gives an analysis of Russian policy in the Middle East. Read More »

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Strategic and Geopolitical Aspects of the Sykes-Picot Agreement

Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, Director of the Project on Regional Middle East Developments at the Jerusalem Center discusses strategic and geopolitical aspects of the Sykes-Picot agrement. Read More »

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League of Nations Mandates and Subsequent Nation State Borders

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich
Northwestern University School of Law.
Teaching: Federal Courts; Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law Colloquium; Universal Jurisdiction seminar; International Law Colloquium. Read More »

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What’s the history of the Egypt-Israel Border ?

Professor Ruth Lapidoth, Senior Researcher at the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies and Professor Emeritus of International Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem addresses the legal aspects of Sykes-Picot Agreement. Read More »

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Earthquakes of the Middle East

Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, senior fellow at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and Former Deputy Head for Assessment of Israeli Military Intelligence discusses the history and ongoing repercussions of the Sykes-Picot agreement, and the modern political unrest in the Middle East across border lines, such as the influence of ISIS and the war in Syria. Read More »

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Sykes-Picot Agreement: The French Perspective

Dr. Richard Rossin, Former Head of the European Academy of Geopolitics, on the French historical perspective of Sykes-Picot’s legacy. Read More »

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How the Middle East Views Sykes-Picot: Then and Now

Professor Efraim Karsh of King’s College, London subverts the established narrative of Sykes-Picot, explaining how French and British interventions led to pan-Arab nationalist movements. Read More »

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Sykes-Picot: An Obstacle to the Jewish State: Dr. Martin Kramer

President of Shalem College, Dr. Martin Kramer, reveals how Sykes-Picot was an obstacle to the creation of the Jewish state and the Zionist dream. Read More »

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Sykes-Picot Conference: Opening Remarks. Amb. Freddy Eytan and Prof Shlomo Avineri

Ambassador Freddy Eytan introduces Professor Shlomo Avineri of Hebrew University on the historical legacy of Sykes-Picot. Read More »

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Sykes-Picot Conference: Welcome and Opening Remarks

Sykes Picot Conference opening remarks by Director General of the Jerusalem Center, Chaya Herskovic; Ambassador Freddy Eytan; and Dr. Michael Borchard of Konrad-Adenauer-Stifung Israel. Read More »

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The Knife and the Message

Was this recent terror wave in Israel as random as it seemed?
Experts reveal a larger underlying political framework orchestrated by Palestinian leaders and fueled by incitement. It is “a plan to be unplanned.” Read More »

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Why the Islamic State Is in Retreat

Is the Islamic State just a passing phase? Read More »

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The Requirements of Nation-States Then and Today

Why Middle Eastern states failed Read More »

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Problems Created by the Sykes-Picot Agreement

Dr. Michael Borchard is the Head of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Office in Israel. Europe should not underestimate the Islamist movements today which is challenging the Sykes-Picot arrangements. Read More »


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