Zvi Magen

Israel

Research Fellow, Institute for National Security Studies, Tel Aviv University. Former Israeli ambassador to Russia.

Materials

Riots Around the Temple Mount: Another Escalation of the Arab-Israeli Conflict?
25.07.2017
The situation may get out of control, and all the involved parties would like to avoid this. Someone is pedaling the problem in order to achieve mass protests. The situation may not be resolved

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The Kurdish Offensive on Raqqa and Interests of Global Stakeholders
07.06.2017
The Kurdish formations are the most efficient forces opposing ISIS in Syria, but the operation to capture Raqqa can become stalled, because the excessive strengthening of Kurds is unprofitable for a
Russian Presence in the Middle East: Chances and Risks for Israel
24.02.2017
Russian presence in the region poses new challenges for Israel, creating a new situation right on its borders, forcing it to reevaluate the rules of the game in the increasingly unstable regional

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Zvi Magen: Shimon Peres Was the Leader of the Peace Process, but We Thought He…
29.09.2016
Peres was a highly respected and well-known politician. He represented a rare combination of a great politician and philosopher.

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Will Moscow Steal the Show in Israel-Palestine Peace Process?
21.09.2016
Netanyahu’s meeting with Abbas in Moscow, if it will really take place, will be in some sense beneficial to all parties.
Israel-Palestine, Quo Vadis?
26.07.2016
The United States was the dominant external actor in the Israeli-political process while the regional actors were less significant and reluctant. Recent developments indicate a change of role for
Enhanced Security Measures Do Not Contradict Principles of Democracy
21.07.2016
Israel for many years lives in an environment where constant security is everywhere - in state institutions, schools, public transport. The problem is that the western population is not ready for

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Kurdish Independence: A Reality Check
12.01.2016
Declaration of Kurdish independence only in Northern Iraq is a more likely scenario. Resumption of wide spread violence in Turkey makes the situation of the Kurds there quite bleak.
Putin-Netanyahu Meeting in Paris and Its Implications
03.12.2015
Despite Russian-Israeli successful military coordination over the Syrian space, significant matters of concern remain on the agenda of Russian-Israeli relations.
The Obama – Netanyahu Meeting and Its Implications
18.11.2015
Whether the U.S. military assistance is critical to Israel's security and military edge in the Middle East or not remains a point of contention inside Israel's security establishment. The
Israel - 67 Years of Independence
05.05.2015
Israel is not only by far the militarily strongest country in the Middle East but she is also a rock of political, economic and social stability. In the rapidly changing Middle Eastern balance of
Will the Palestinian Authority Stop Security Cooperation with Israel?
31.03.2015
The main challenge Israel and the Palestinian Authority are now facing is the political stalemate.

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