The Tel Aviv Review

We’re All in This Together. Are We?

Yuval Feldman, professor of law at Bar-Ilan University and a senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute, utilizes behavioral analysis of regulation, enforcement and compliance to discuss how trust in the state has affected the response to the Covid pandemic, in Israel and beyond

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Who Poisoned My News?

Has social media corrupted the truth, spawned fake news and contributed to the collapse of polite political norms? Harvard University’s Yochai Benkler explains his surprising findings

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Bridging the Gulf

Dr. Moran Zaga explains the historic and political background to a series of unlikely diplomatic deals between Israel and certain Arab states, what’s in it for them, and why the UAE seeks to position itself as the moderate actor between competing extremist forces throughout the Middle East

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The Middle East Through Russian-Israeli Eyes

Ksenia Svetlova’s story is gripping: she moved to Israel as a teen, grew up to become a journalist, and eventually served as MK. In her new book, Ksenia brings her story to her beat, giving readers an over-her-shoulder view of Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, and the Palestinians areas closer to home.

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Hearts of Darkness

Dr. Nitzan Shoshan travels with the marginalized, outcasts and left-behind members of German society today to find out what drives some to the far-right – and how the state tries to contain them

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Ordinary People: Polish-Jewish Relations During the Holocaust

Prof. Havi Dreifuss discusses her book ‚ÄúRelations Between Jews and Poles during the Holocaust: The Jewish Perspective,‚ÄĚ laying out the myriad views and feelings Polish Jews harbored for their country and their non-Jewish compatriots.

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Antisemitism: Past and Present

Dr. Scott Ury and Prof. Guy Meron discuss their collected issue entitled ‚ÄúAntisemitism: Historical Concept, Public Discourse‚ÄĚ

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Dialectic of Catastrophe: The Holocaust and the Nakba

Prof. Bashir Bashir and Prof. Amos Goldberg discuss their edited volume, ‚ÄúThe Holocaust and the Nakba: A New Grammar of Trauma and History‚ÄĚ

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A Chronicle of Diplomacy

The Israeli Palestinian conflict is among the most prominent and complex foreign policy challenges for the European Union. Anders Persson looks at the evolution of EU policy towards the conflict through the EU’s own documentation.

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Ending Wars Peacefully

In his new book, Jeremy Pressman challenges the notion that violence is the best way to win concessions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, or in the Israeli-Arab context more broadly.

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