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    Prospects for a large-scale Russian-Turkish conflict Jerusalem Studio 493

    Tensions between Ankara and Moscow persist amidst ongoing battles in the northwestern region of Idlib in Syria. President Vladimir Putin and his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan are apparently on a collision course; Turkey being historically the weakest party, seeking to avoid a major confrontation with Russia. Are we going towards such a conflict or is there…

    March 03, 2020

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    Preparing Israel to fight Jerusalem Studio 492 coronavirus

    Israel has not escaped the fate that has struck many countries around the world, as the coronavirus spreads, infecting more and more people on various continents. But, for Israel, it is a unique problem because of the possible security and political repercussions. Panel: – Jonathan Hessen, host. – Amir Oren, analyst. – Dr. Asher Shalmon,…

    February 28, 2020

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    Regional Security Challenges and Aspirations of Jerusalem Studio 491 Turkeys

    The northern region of Syria, just south of the Turkish border, has been subject to friction in recent weeks as fighters and refugees enter and leave besieged areas of Idlib province . While Moscow fully supports Damascus, it is also negotiating with Ankara to find a temporary solution. Sign: -…

    February 25, 2020

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    Regional Security Challenges and Aspirations of Jerusalem Studio 491 Turkeys

    The northern region of Syria, just south of the Turkish border, has been subject to friction in recent weeks as fighters and refugees enter and leave besieged areas of Idlib province . While Moscow fully supports Damascus, it is also negotiating with Ankara to find a temporary solution. Sign: -…

    February 25, 2020

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    Israel unprecedented third round of elections – Jerusalem Studio 490

    In the seventy years since the creation of the Jewish state, Israel has elected its parliament or Knesset in Hebrew – on average once every three and a half years. But in a week and a half from today, the Israelis will go to the polls for the third time without precedent in less than a year,…

    February 21, 2020

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    Syria: latest developments – Jerusalem Studio 489

    While hostilities in war-torn Syria are far from over, throughout the country; the focus is now on the northwestern province of Idlib, where Turkish forces and the Assad regime are involved in open conflict. What are the prospects for a wider escalation and, therefore, the implications for Israel? Panel: – Jonathan…

    February 18, 2020

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    Israel's security concerns in the face of escalating tensions – Jerusalem Studio 488

    Two weeks before the unprecedented third round of Israeli elections, tensions along its borders continue to increase. The political deadlock in Jerusalem could either serve as a cover for a sudden series of hostilities, or convince opponents of the Jewish state to await the formation of a new Israeli government. Sign: -…

    February 14, 2020

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    Israel's regional position and challenges – Jerusalem Studio 487

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, waging his third election campaign in less than a year, visited Uganda last week to meet with the Sudanese leader, General Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, who expressed its wish to normalize Khartums' relations with Jerusalem. . Sudan, bordering Egypt and Ethiopia among others – it is also…

    February 11, 2020

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    American accord of the century, projections and implications Jerusalem Studio 486

    When President Donald Trump unveiled his long-awaited vision for peace between Israelis and Palestinians last week – it drew, as expected, both praise and criticism. While Trump has been credited with trying to succeed where his predecessors failed; he was also blamed for various details of his so-called Deal of the Century. Panel: – Jonathan…

    February 07, 2020

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    Turkish-Egyptian tensions over regional domination Jerusalem Studio 485

    Since the Muslim Brotherhood was overthrown in Cairo by the general who became president Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, Turkish sovereign Recep Tayyip Erdogan has manifestly cooled his country's relations with Egypt, to the point of putting the two nations on the way to a bitter rivalry. , for the supremacy of the Muslim nations of the eastern Mediterranean. These two regional powers…

    February 04, 2020

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    The Aspirations and Ideological Obstacles of Iran Jerusalem Studio 484

    Forty years later, the Islamic Republic of Iran is both an ideological power that wishes to export its fundamental theology; and a realistic nation state aware of the politics of power. The two currents are reflected in the struggle apparently involving important figures in the regime following the latest conflagrations with the United States. Panel: – Jonathan Hessen,…

    January 31, 2020

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    Israel challenges justice in ICC Jerusalem Studio 483 investigations

    The international criminal court, which has been in operation for less than 20 years, causes Israel a real headache. Its chief prosecutor has referred several issues, which relate to both jurisdiction and substance having a negative impact, on the Israeli civilian and military leaders to the governing body. Is it really a dangerous new front …

    January 28, 2020

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    Israel challenges justice in ICC Jerusalem Studio 483 investigations

    The international criminal court, which has been in operation for less than 20 years, causes Israel a real headache. Its chief prosecutor has referred several issues, which relate to both jurisdiction and substance having a negative impact, on the Israeli civilian and military leaders to the governing body. Is it really a dangerous new front …

    January 28, 2020

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    Democracy struggles to fight totalitarian regimes Jerusalem Studio 482

    The State of Israel is, of course, the only liberal democracy in the Middle East. Which means that some of its problems are unique to its region, but others are related to the nature of its democratic system. Many other democracies also find themselves in crisis, in part because they have to face totalitarianities …

    January 24, 2020

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    Eastern Mediterranean conflicts and alliances – Jerusalem Studio 481

    Earlier this month, Israeli, Cypriot and Greek leaders held a trilateral meeting in Athens to discuss new developments in the common interests of energy and security in the eastern Mediterranean. At the same time, Turkey has widened its penetration of Libya, in order to secure its claim on what Ankara considers to be: its exclusive economic zone. Sign: -…

    January 21, 2020

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    Prospects for a wider conflict in the Middle East – Jerusalem Studio 480

    The Middle East is still reeling from aftershocks of the targeted January 2 murder of Iranian Force Commander Quds, Qassem Soleimani, by the United States in Iraq. It remains to be seen whether this will require a review of the annual threat assessment project by intelligence professionals in Israel, as well as in the region.…

    January 17, 2020

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    Israel Election 2020 Jerusalem Studio 479

    In seven weeks, the Israelis will go to the polling stations for the third time in less than a year, with the aim of breaking the political deadlock of Jerusalems. The main contenders would once again be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who heads the ruling Likud and former IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz, who chairs the centrist Blue and…

    January 14, 2020

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    Jerusalem's security challenges for 2020- Jerusalem Studio 478

    Before starting the program today, it is our sad duty to say goodbye to a dear friend and colleague who has participated in many of these Jerusalem Studio sessions, Dr. Emily Landau, l & # 39; One of the greatest Israeli experts on nuclear proliferation, died earlier this week. She will be sadly missed by her friends and viewers …

    January 10, 2020

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    Jerusalem – Damascus Strategic Dynamics – Jerusalem Studio 477

    This year, the tension between Israel and Syria will certainly be at the center of the tensions this year. While gradually emerging from its nine-year national conflict, the northern neighbor of Israel still harbors forces that most prominently threaten it, the elite force of the Quds Islamic Revolutionary Guards, as well as the Lebanese Hezbollah organization. Panel: – Jonathan Hessen, host. -…

    January 03, 2020

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    Jerusalem Studios 2019 Recap Jerusalem Studio 476

    As 2019 draws to a close, it's high time to look back and take a look at its landscape. What has been accomplished? What has failed? What can we expect from the coming year? Guests: Panel: -Jonathan Hessen, host. -Amir Oren, analyst. -Dr. Eran Lerman vice-president of the Jerusalem Institute of Strategy and Security and…

    December 27, 2019

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    Israel 3rd round of elections Jerusalem Studio 475

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who led an interim government in Jerusalem last year, faces three challenges before the March 2020 elections. The first is internal to his Likud party. The second challenge concerns a legal conclusion regarding his eligibility to form a government, if he obtains…

    December 20, 2019

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    Is the Middle East on the brink of a second Arab Spring? Jerusalem Studio 474

    It has been almost nine years since the first signs of upheaval in the Arab world appeared, starting with Tunisia, and quickly spread to the east, Egypt and other countries. from the Middle-East. It was the so-called Arab Spring, which first started as a democratic outpouring of popular sentiment, but quickly turned into chaos that changed the face…

    December 17, 2019

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    Europeans insist on preserving Iranian nuclear deal Jerusalem Studio 473

    Over the past three years, European powers have apparently diverged from the American position under the Trump administration, as far as their policy vis-à-vis Iran's nuclear ambitions is concerned. While the United States withdrew from the so-called 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, Europe has been adamant about preserving it even if Tehran responds to Washingtons' challenge by evolving…

    December 13, 2019

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    Israel's military preparation amidst internal turmoil Jerusalem Studio 472

    The Israelis are focusing, perhaps even focusing these days on the political deadlock in Jerusalem, under which the country has operated at a limited level for almost a whole year. Threats and enemies, however, have not given Israel a respite from aspirations to impose their will on the Jewish state. Panel: – Jonathan Hessen,…

    December 10, 2019

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    Changing alliances between East Jerusalem and the West Studio 471

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization gathered its heads of state in London this week to commemorate the creation of NATO 70 years ago at the height of the Cold War with the Soviet Union. Circumstances have, of course, changed dramatically over the past seven decades, and with them, global alliances seem to change, with the…

    December 06, 2019

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    Israel-Iran: Growing Prospects of a Direct Confrontation Jerusalem Studio 470

    Tensions between Israel and the Islamic Republic of Iran intensified last month, exchanges of words and warheads were exchanged between the armed forces of Jerusalem and Tehran. Both sides have warned that whatever they do, retaliation will definitely happen. Are we on the brink of war between these two…

    December 03, 2019

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    Israel: political unrest in unexplored waters – Jerusalem Studio 469

    The State of Israel is currently facing the worst constitutional crisis in its history in seven decades, despite the paradoxical fact that the Jewish State has no constitution. Two electoral campaigns have ended in deadlock and a third is looming if no candidate is able to form a government this month. What are the likely ones…

    November 29, 2019

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    Israel-Jordan: Diplomacy and Security – Jerusalem Studio 468

    The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which is almost landlocked and has a demographic majority of citizens of Palestinian descent, has traditionally been considered one of the most fragile Arab countries, but in recent years it has been surprisingly resilient while its neighbors have succumbed to internal and regional unrest. It is important to note…

    November 26, 2019

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    The Israeli challenge to confront the Islamists from Gaza- Jerusalem Studio 467

    Last week, Israel and the second most powerful militant organization in the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, exchanged gunfire for a few days until the Egyptian mediators, as well as others, have negotiated a temporary cessation of hostilities. The most important and surprising feature of this conflagration was the absence of the leaders of the enclaves…

    November 22, 2019

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    The growing influence of Russians in the Middle East – Jerusalem Studio 466

    In the past four years, since Russia entered into force the Syrian conflict, Moscow has reaffirmed its preeminent position in Damascus and in the war-torn country as a whole. While other powers have withdrawn from regional affairs, Russia appears to have realized a multi-generation aspiration to have a major impact on the Middle East. Panel: -Jonathan Hessen, host.…

    November 19, 2019

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    Consequences of Iran's nuclear reduction – Jerusalem Studio 465

    Under increased international pressure, the Islamic Republic of Iran appears to be responding in several ways, not all of them obviously. Following the attack on Saudi oil facilities two months ago, Tehran has taken several steps in the nuclear field, toward a clear violation of its commitments under the 2015 multilateral atomic agreement …

    November 15, 2019

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    Israel vying for security amid political instability – Jerusalem Studio 464

    This panel was recorded before the events of November 12 and therefore does not cover the recent violent escalation of Israel-Gaza relations, the indiscriminate shooting against Israeli communities or the alleged Israeli attack on the leader of the Islamic Jihad in Syria. For more information on these and other developments, check out our daily news…

    November 12, 2019

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    Lebanon, outcry for security and stability – Jerusalem Studio 463

    The northern neighbor of Israel, Lebanon, has been subjected to weeks of popular upheaval, which includes peaceful protests that have sporadically turned into violent clashes. The public unrest is due to widespread frustration with the country's economic bankruptcy, corruption and the interference of outside forces and their local agents. Panel: -Jonathan Hessen, host. -Amir Oren, analyst. -Dr. Eran…

    November 08, 2019

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    Israel heads for third round of elections – Jerusalem Studio 462

    Seven weeks have passed since the second general election in Israel this year. Although outgoing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus has failed to form a new government in Jerusalem, his main rival, former IDF chief of staff, Benny Gantz, does not appear more close to completing the designated task. Does this mean that we can …

    05 November 2019

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    Syria, a global effort in the war on terror – Jerusalem Studio 461

    Syria has been a battlefield, in which various conflicts and forces have intertwined. In parallel to the civil war, there is the centuries-old confrontation between Turkey and Kurdish organizations fighting for aspiring independence, global and regional power struggles for domination, and jihadist groups vying to assert Islamic control of the territory like a launching pad for …

    November 01, 2019

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    Saudi Arabia-Iran: Between War and Diplomacy – Jerusalem Studio 460

    The crisis in north-eastern Syria has for a while pushed back headlines from another regional point, the Saudi-Iranian relationship. A month and a half after the Iranian missiles and drones directly hit the main Saudi oil installations, the Kingdom still seems to be preparing for new attacks, with no effective response and total dependence …

    October 29, 2019

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    Turkey-Syria: challenges and implications – Jerusalem Studio 459

    There are five major actors in the drama which has been taking place along the eastern part of the Syrian-Turkish border since the beginning of October: Presidents Trump, Erdogan, Putin and Assad, as well as Iranian Supreme Leader Khameini, whose contacts and actions have an impact on the military and diplomatic situation. Panel: -Jonathan Hessen, host. -Amir Oren, analyst. -Dr. Mordechai Zaken,…

    October 25, 2019

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    Israel and the Palestinians – Jerusalem Studio

    Critics of Israel throughout the international community have repeatedly condemned it as an apartheid state, claiming an analogy with the South African regime, which defined its policy of racial separation. Join us for an in-depth discussion on the subject. Panel: -Jonathan Hessen, host. -Amir Oren, analyst. – Dr. Hillel Frisch, Prof. Hillel Frisch, BESA Senior Researcher…

    October 22, 2019

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    Military plans of turkeys in Syria – Jerusalem Studio 458

    One of the most crucial turning points in the Syrian civil war culminated this week with the Turkish cross-border foray into north-eastern Syria. While Ankaras has declared that its objective is to set up a territorial security zone, as a buffer between the Kurdish militias and the south of Turkey; Kurdish forces have been forced to alternate alliances, submitting to their…

    October 18, 2019

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    Social unrest threatens stability in Egypt – Jerusalem Studio 457

    Egypt faces a multitude of economic, political and security challenges. President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi is trying to cope with the internal unrest, while at the same time seeking to bring his country back to its dominant regional position. Panel: – Jonathan Hessen, host. – Amir Oren, analyst. – Teacher. Efraim Inbar; President of…

    October 15, 2019

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    Coming soon … The European Union and Israel – Trailer for the Jerusalem Studio 436

    Join us on Tuesday July 30 at 9 p.m. for the full episode. Articles on the subject: -europe / Rallions behind our vision – Live view of Jerusalem – Visit our website – Subscribe to our YouTube channel – / tv7israelnews Like TV7 Israel News on Facebook Follow…

    July 26, 2019

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    Israeli-Palestinian conflict, international angle – Jerusalem Studio 428

    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has never been a bilateral affair, with external forces both regional and global having their own conceptions and interests, sometimes contradictory with the parties themselves. With the US initiative due to be unveiled soon, the status of global participation could prove more crucial than ever – for …

    June 06, 2019

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    Israel-Iran: Prospects for Large-Scale Conflict – Jerusalem Studio 456

    Earlier this week, Prime Minister Netanyahu convened an emergency cabinet meeting to discuss the growing threats posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran, as perceived by Israel. The new danger discussed is the ability to launch cruise missiles with precision warheads. Panel: -Jonathan Hesse, host. -Amir Oren, analyst. -Teacher. Efraim Inbar; President of Jerusalem…

    October 11, 2019

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    Israel's stability and economic challenges – Jerusalem Studio 455

    Im Erin Viner, replacing Jonathan Hessen. The Israeli Ministry of Finance predicts a significant slowdown in economic growth from 1 to 2% after rapid growth of 5% in the first quarter. The estimated overall growth of Israel in the first half (between 3.2 and 3.4%) is still healthier than that of many other international economies…

    October 08, 2019

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    US-Israel Alliance: Challenges and Interests – Jerusalem Studio 454

    The United States has traditionally been one of the most powerful allies of the Jewish state, and vice versa – although there have been tense relationships at times over the years. Panel: – Erin Viner, host. – Amir Oren, analyst. – Ambassador Danny Ayalon, former Israeli Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and Ambassador to the United States. -…

    October 04, 2019

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    Iran-Saudi Arabia: prospects for total conflagration – Jerusalem Studio 453

    There has been a sharp increase in rhetoric between the United States and Iran following 10 drone attacks on Saudi oil installations, in addition to already high tensions in the Persian Gulf. Panel: – Erin Viner, host. – Amir Oren, analyst. – Mr. Meir Javedanfar, Iranian speaker, IDC Herzliya – Prof. Hillel…

    October 01, 2019

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    Re-emergence of the Islamic State – Jerusalem Studio 451

    If we were to take literally the triumphant announcements of the leaders of the world coalition against the Islamic State, or Daesh – this Islamist organization which has taken over large parts of Iraq and Syria was not only decimated, but completely defeated at the end of the last year. However, as it should be …

    September 24, 2019

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    Post-electoral developments in Israel – Jerusalem Studio 452

    Historically, Israel has just held its second round of national elections in one year in fact, just five and a half months apart. The flourishing democracy in this country was very well observed on September 17, with a participation of almost 70% of all eligible voters, which is very high; participate in a political system …

    September 27, 2019

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