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avatar Emmanuel Navon
Dr. Emmanuel Navon is a professor, a consultant and a public speaker specialized in foreign affairs. He is the Director of the Political Science and Communications Department at the Jerusalem Orthodox College, and teaches International Relations at Tel-Aviv University and at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. He was previously CEO of BNIC, a network of pro-Israel business leaders, and managing partner of the Navon-Levy Group, a business consultancy that promoted Israeli development projects in Africa.

ARTICLES BY: Emmanuel Navon


August 15, 2012 3:22 pm
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The Two-State Religion

The main rationale of the Oslo Accords was that establishing a 23rd Arab state ten miles away from Tel-Aviv would bring peace to Israel and...

Features

After 130 Years, Poughkeepsie’s Jews Get an Eruv

JNS.org - In the rich, nearly 130-year history of the organized Jewish community in Poughkeepsie, NY, pushing a stroller or...

Holocaust Survivors’ Grandchildren Keep Stories Alive With Help of Vast Archives

JNS.org - As the world marks Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) this week, staffers...

On Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, Educating the Next Generation

JNS.org - As Sunday evening approached in Israel, stores and businesses shuttered early while the...

World

Former Far-Right French Activist Among Those Detained in Police Swoop Tied ...

French police have arrested around a dozen people this week in connection with the terrorist attacks in Paris in January...

Israel

Israeli Air Force Recently Destroyed 100 Hezbollah Missiles in Syria, Offic...

JNS.org - An Israeli Air Force (IAF) strike last month destroyed approximately 100 Syrian missiles, many of which were believed to...

Middle East

Palestinian Terrorist Who Murdered British Student to Receive Monthly PA St...

JNS.org - The Palestinian terrorist who murdered a British student in Jerusalem earlier this month will receive a stipend of approximately...

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