Bradley Bosserman hosted an interactive webcast on framing a more robust Middle East strategy. This previously unpublished briefing deck highlights some of the latest market research and polling from the United States and abroad, detailing political opportunities and framing mechanics that can successfully support a strategy of broader economic engagement with the Middle East and North Africa.
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On Monday, January 28th NDN’s Bradley Bosserman hosted an interactive discussion about the foreign policy implications of the recent Israeli elections. He was joined by two other Middle East analysts and writers. You can watch the video here.
Grant Rumley is a Visiting Fellow at Mitvim – The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies, and Editor in Chief at the Jerusalem Review of Near East Affairs.
Allison Good is a freelance writer, analyst, and contributor to the Daily Beast’s Open Zion. They live on twitter as @Grant_Rumley and @Allison_Good1 and @BradEEB
A few of the issues covered were the possible new governing coalition, the impact on Israeli and US policy toward Iran, and we address whether the latest Israeli statements on striking Syria should be understood as bluster or warning.
This discussion is part of an ongoing series of video Spreecasts designed to provide the NDN community with diverse insights – in new and interactive formats – on unfolding events in the Middle East and North Africa. Last month featured a conversation about the elections in Egypt, which you can view here.