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Startup Nation Has Grown Into Tech Nation, Intel Israel R&D Chief Says: Shoshanna Solomon, Times of Israel, June 6, 2017 — Israel should start defining itself as a technology nation and not a startup nation anymore in light of the fact that it is managing to grow more mature companies over tim

Israel Is the Key to Solving the World’s Water Crisis: Bradley Martin, American Spectator, April 26, 2017— One in six people on the planet currently lack access to clean drinking water. By 2025, it is estimated that two-thirds of the world’s population will suffer from water shortages, particularly devastating to children.

 

Celebrating Yom Haatzmaut in a World of Turmoil: Isi Leibler, Algemeiner, Apr. 30, 2017 — Israel Independence Day symbolizes the empowerment of all Jews in the wake of the most successful renaissance of a nation after two thousand years of exile.

Good Schools Aren’t the Secret to Israel’s High-Tech Boom: Naftali Bennett, Wall Street Journal, Mar. 20, 2017— I am often asked how a country the size of New Jersey, with fewer residents than New York City, became a global high-tech force.

There Are Some Lessons From Israel's Success: Harold Mitchell, Sydney Morning Herald, Feb. 10, 2017— No matter what President Trump says or does, this century belongs to Asia.

Take Note of the Good News: Hezi Sternlicht, Israel Hayom, Mar. 6, 2017— The good numbers continue to come out of Israel.

No Man on the Moon: Samuel Thrope, Tablet, Jan. 25, 2017— During the Holocaust, Yariv Bash’s grandfather was forced to build V2 rockets for the Nazi army.

 

 

 

 

As U.S. Election Looms, Terror Bombings at Home & Marginalization in M.E. Portend a Difficult Year Ahead

 

Frederick Krantz

 

 

As the November Presidential election approaches, several recent events underline the U.S.’s increasingly dangerous domestic and foreign situations.

 

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