Since its independence in 1948, Israel has faced serious foreign policy challenges affecting no less its society than its domestic politics. Nevertheless, Israel pursued a pragmatist and bold foreign policy grounded in securing its national interest and regional status. This series examines Israel’s foreign policy in relation to some of its most enduring and complex regional and international challenges and threats.
- Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: What Next After the Israel-Hamas Conflict?
- Israel-Russia Relations
- Israel-China-Arab Relations
- Israel-Iran Relations: The Inevitable War?