A transcript of episode 11 of The Conversation Weekly podcast, including an interview on Israel's foreign policy options following its recent election.
Plus, what Israel's latest election could mean for its foreign policy. Listen to episode 11 of The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Most observers believe Israel was behind the a cyberattack on Iran. But what was the thinking behind it?
Canadian Jewish scholars have released a statement to express alarm at attempts to intervene in campus activities relating to Israel and Palestine.
Our research tried to identify patterns linking antisemitic incidents to particular dates, local trends or global events. The aim was to be better prepared to counter them.
Once again the Israeli election has been inconclusive with no clear winner. But this time it's different.
With his back to the wall, Israel's longest-serving leader, Binyamin Netanyahu, was able to sustain his popularity within his base by taking credit for Israel’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
There is now a broad consensus in Israel on meeting the Palestinians with strength, which makes them no longer an election priority.
Voters are faced with the choice between a far-right ultra-religious coalition and a liberal secular bloc. The stakes are high.
What's fascinating about the latest Dead Sea Scrolls discovery is how it reflects the stories of those who wrote the ancient texts, those who kept them safe and the archaeologists who found them.
It's not too late for Australia to repair our vaccine strategy, though we will never make up for the months lost.
From Europe to Latin America and the US, former world leaders are being investigated, tried and even jailed. In theory, this shows no one is above the law. But presidents and PMs aren't just anyone.
A tweet led a scholar to consider how misinformation is changing the ways we evaluate information and trust others.
By only focusing on preserving the genetic purity of a species, conservationists risk the extinction of isolated populations.
A spike in cases has been reported among young people in Israel and Italy.
Over 130 million doses have already been administered worldwide. It's early days, but the signs are promising in places like Israel and the UK.
Palestinian territories are impoverished and densely populated – ripe for the spread of coronavirus. Israel may have a practical as well as moral obligation to extend its vaccine program to them.
Tensions run high as EU vaccine deliveries fall behind schedule, while new vaccines are being created to handle mutant viral strains.
Israel is vaccinating its population at an impressive rate and sharing the data with the world. But at what price?
As the eradication of polio and the successful rollout of AIDS treatments have shown in the past, global cooperation in the face of COVID-19 is possible.