Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez discuss their book “The Soviet-Israeli War 1967-1973: The USSR’s Military Intervention in the Egyptian-Israeli Conflict”, which lays out a hitherto little-known Soviet foreign policy in the Middle East following the humiliating defeat of Moscow’s client states in the Six Day War.
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Professor Steven Nadler explains why the 17th century is a major turning point in the history of Western philosophy, and delves into the merits of graphic books.
Jonathan Israel, professor emeritus of modern European history at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, discusses his book “Expanding Blaze: How the American Revolution Ignited the World, 1775-1848”.
Israeli-American novelist Dalia Rosenfeld discusses her critically-acclaimed collection of short stories, in many of which Tel Aviv is a silent protagonist.
Dr. Adel Manna, a historian of modern Palestine and senior fellow at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, discusses his new book, “Nakba and Survival: The Story of the Palestinians who Remained in Haifa and the Galilee, 1948-1956.”
Professor Alon Tal discusses his new and acclaimed book, “The Land is Full: Addressing Overpopulation in Israel,” a plea for a sustainable future for Israel.