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Shay Attias was the founding head (2009-13) of the Public Diplomacy Department at the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office and is a doctoral candidate in international relations at Bar-Ilan University.

ARTICLES BY: Shay Attias


June 25, 2018 8:19 am
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‘Soft Power’ in the US, Israel, and Around the Globe

The term “soft power” entered the lexicon in the 1990s, but its use has accelerated dramatically in recent years, reflecting the explosion of the digital age. Soft power...

Culture

Jewish Professor and Poet Discusses His New Book of Poetry

Baruch November is a professor of English at Touro College in Manhattan. His poems have appeared in The Forward, The...

‘Today’ Show Anchor Savannah Guthrie Takes Helicopter Tour of ‘Magical’ Israel

"Today" show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie recently took a helicopter tour...

Features

Next Israeli Government Could Soon Face New Iranian Terrorist Challenges

In Saturday's early hours, when the attention of most Israelis was focused on...

Bubbe’s Passover, Circa 2019: Feeding the Soul While Staying Healthy

JNS.org - Sweet gefilte fish with a dollop of eye-watering horseradish. Fluffy matzah...

With New Foods and More, Passover Evolves Every Year

JNS.org - When food-industry insiders entered the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey for the annual Kosherfest trade show...

World

Students for Justice in Palestine Receives NYU President’s Award in C...

Students for Justice in Palestine received an award on Wednesday afternoon from New York University over objections from some community...

Israel

Top IDF General: Hezbollah Still Plans to Invade Parts of Northern Israel i...

Hezbollah has not abandoned its plans to invade parts of northern Israel during a future conflict, a top IDF office...

Middle East

Report: Iranian Oil Exports Hit a New Low in 2019 Amid Concern Over US Crac...

JNS.org - Amid renewed US sanctions on Iran, the country’s oil exports hit a new low in 2019, reported Reuters. The report, citing tanker...

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