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On Monday, Turkey's Minister of Culture and Tourism arrives for a state visit to Israel as well.
"Our position is becoming stronger due to our technological, military and intelligence capabilities."
The prime minister and president will be globe-trotting this year as Israel's international relations grow.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz travels to Turkey after Yom Kippur to attend an international conference and meet with President Erdogan.
NATO invites Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels - a major diplomatic upgrade for the Jewish State.
Thousands of trucks travel from Israel to Gaza delivering goods every week. Turkey won't renew ties with Israel for other reasons.
Turkey has released a recording of the warning broadcast to the Russian warplane before shooting it down.
Israel's first woman ambassador to an Arab nation presented her credentials Monday to King Abdullah II of Jordan.
Three Israeli foreign service personnel were abruptly suspended this week; two were recalled for unprofessionalism abroad.
Strange. It wasn't considered as big a deal when it was Shimon Peres who was invited to the White House right before elections in '96.
Diplomatic relations with Israel are likely to remain in deep freeze for the next few years, Turkish PM Davutoglu signals.
It's ironic that Britain needs to grant the leftwing Tzipi Livni temporary immunity to ensure she won't face an arrest warrant in the UK.
Over 300 young science geniuses from across Asia and the Pacific participated in the sixth Asian Science Camp (ASC) in Jerusalem this past week. It was Israel’s first time hosting the science camp, which is typically held in Asia. Students arrived from 23 different countries-- including nations which don't have diplomatic relations with Israel.
Right now the Obama administration is being very, very careful about saying what it thinks about Israel, not wanting to upset the electoral applecart. But the New York Times isn’t afraid to let it all hang out, as it did in today’s editorial on Israel and Iran. The Times is important because its positions are so closely correlated with those of the administration. At least on foreign affairs, the Times is Obama’s Pravda.
In private conversations Panetta expressed frustration at the lack of confidence expressed by Netanyahu and Barak.
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