Under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu and General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Israel and Sudan are close to establishing historic diplomatic ties — but outside of the democratic process. Graduate fellow Yasir Zaidan explains.
Benjamin Netanyahu was known for strengthening ties between Israel and Africa. Will Israel's new government follow the former prime minister's lead? Grad fellow Francis Abugbilla explains the situation.
Graduate fellow Francis Abugbilla explains how Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's push to reconnect with African nations is shifting Israel's status on the continent.
In an era of presidential Twitter wars and son-in-law envoys, traditional diplomacy may be less valued, but it's no less valuable for Israel and other countries, writes grad fellow Berkay Gülen.
“Can we discuss Turkey-Israel relations without mentioning this crisis?”: Interviewing foreign policy makers during a crisis
Talking about sensitive issues during a diplomatic crisis is hard but possible, Graduate Fellow Berkay Gülen found, while interviewing Israeli policy-makers during the tense spring of 2017.
Graduate Fellow Sam Gordon explains how, in a shifting world order, Israel both is and isn't making a strategic "pivot to Asia."
Graduate Fellow Sam Gordon argues that Israel's education-based approach to foreign aid is uniquely well-suited to the demands of the 21st century.
PhD student Berkay Gulen explores why the relationship between Turkey and Israel has soured in recent years and discusses how her research informs the conversation.