In the episode, Richard Pater speaks to Shalom Lipner, the nonresident senior fellow for Middle East Programs at the Atlantic Council, and a former veteran of the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem, serving seven consecutive Israeli prime ministers over 25 years. They discuss the fallout of President-elect Joe Biden's victory in Israel, what the implications of a democratic President are on domestic Israeli politics and what we should expect between Israel, the Palestinians and the US over the next four years.
Episode 141 | Trouble in the Jordanian Royal Family?
Episode 140 | Another stalemate elections in Israel?
Episode 139 | Will anyone beat Bibi?
Episode 138 | What to expect in Israel's 4th election
Episode 137 | Understanding the JCPOA and the nuclear issue from inside Iran
Episode 136 | Yamina's perspective on the upcoming elections
Episode 135 | Israeli public opinion
A view of the elections from inside the Joint List
Episode 133 | How the New Hope party views Israel’s election
Episode 132 | Yesh Atid’s perspective on Israel’s election
Episode 131 | The Likud perspective on Israel’s upcoming election
Episode 130 | Israel enters another election cycle
Episode 129 | In conversation with Britain’s Ambassador to Israel
Episode 128 | Will Saudi Arabia make peace with Israel?
Episode 126 | Exploring the Abraham Accords
Episode 125 | Trump’s last 70 days
Episode 124 | What Israel and Iran should expect from a Biden administration?
Episode 123 | Trump vs Biden in the Middle East
Episode 122 | Politics in the Knesset under Corona
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