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Amos Harel: A defense analyst’s look at Israel’s current situation

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Shmuel Rosner and Amos Harel discuss Israel’s challenges – from the Gaza Strip to the draft law and much more – and the intersection of military affairs, politics and society.

Amos Harel is one of Israel’s leading media experts on military and defense issues. He is been the military correspondent and defense analyst for Ha’aretz, one of Israel’s most respected newspaper. In this role, he has written extensively about Israel’s ongoing fight against terrorist organizations, its battle with the Palestinian Intifadah (uprising) and the last war in Lebanon. A large part of his work is also available in English, through the Ha’aretz English edition and its English website.

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