[button style=’blue’ url=’tlv1.fm/telavivreview’ target=’_blank’]Subscribe To The Podcast[/button] [button style=’blue’ url=’tlv1.fm/content/the-tel-aviv-review/’ target=’_blank’]Previous Episodes[/button]
America has long been viewed as the quintessential broker of Israeli-Palestinian peace. In his book Brokers of Deceit: How the US Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East, Columbia University Professor Rashid Khalidi argues that it’s no accident peace has not yet materialized. He shows how the US undermines, rather than advancing an agreement, by playing the role of “Israel’s lawyer,” or perhaps its siamese twin.
This season of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democratic, and liberal values in the social discourse in Israel. [/infobox]
“I never thought I'd go back to live in South Africa,” says Lorna Levy, trade unionist & anti-Apartheid activist who spent decades in exile after being banned from her native South Africa https://t.co/TZTMyXt08x
How do you fight a war by becoming the enemy and still keep your identity? Who are the good guys who are the bad guys? As Season 2 hits Netflix, Avi Issacharoff, co-creator of “Fauda,” tells all https://t.co/icOVv4BAve
Netta Barzilai wins the friggin’ Eurovision Song Contest, and many leftist Israelis’ reaction is a mirthless, bah-humbug! Does the left have a problem with national pride and just-plain happiness? https://t.co/sUG21Ja56x