Tel Aviv Review

Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 29m. Bisher sind 532 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 4 Tage.

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How Revolutionary Was Israel’s ‘Constitutional Revolution’?


Amichai Cohen, Professor of Law at Ono Academic College and Senior Fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute discusses his new book The Constitutional Revolution and Counter-Revolution, and explains the changing role of the High Court of Justice...


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 2021-07-05  44m
 
 

Governance vs. Governability: More Than Just Semantics


Edna Harel-Fischer, a research fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute’s Center for Religion, Nation and State and the Center for Democratic values, unpacks the recent controversy around governance/governability in Israel: How did it...


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 2021-06-28  43m
 
 

The Naked Truth


The Tel Aviv Review takes a detour to follow the path of American nudists (intellectually). From the late 19th century to the prudish post-war years, through to the let-loose sexual revolution, historian Sarah Schrank of California State...


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 2021-06-21  37m
 
 

Are All Undemocratic Autocrats Autocratic In Their Own Way?


The putative omnipotence of Vladimir Putin has led many to view Russia as a uniquely autocratic country. In , Columbia University’s Timothy M. Frye argues that Russia is neither completely unique, nor primordially prone to strongman leadership...


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 2021-06-14  37m
 
 

This Land Is My Land, It Isn’t Your Land


A historian’s hunch led Nancy MacLean to the archives of James McGill Buchanan, the Nobel Prize-winning economist who also incidentally became the patron saint of the Koch brothers, modern libertarian thinking, and the far-right plan to rig the...


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 2021-06-07  40m
 
 

Poland’s Hunting Season


Polish-Canadian historian, Prof. Jan Grabowski, discusses Jewish-Polish relations during the Nazi occupation, as well as the politics of memory in contemporary Poland and how he has been personally affected by it


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 2021-05-31  38m
 
 

From Babylon to Jerusalem and Back


David N Myers and Benjamin Ravid discuss the life and work of Simon Rawidowicz, a seminal, albeit somewhat forgotten, 20th-century Jewish intellectual, upon the publication of an edited volume of his selected writings


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 2021-05-24  41m
 
 

Self-Hating Democracy?


Why would citizens vote freely for political leaders plotting or even promising to attack their democracy? Why do certain policies, parties or people take priority over democratic norms at the ballot box? And can democracy count on voters to save it?


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 2021-05-10  38m
 
 

Populist-Progressive Feminist Alliance or Opportunistic Nationalism?


Since when do xenophobic nationalist political actors in Europe devote themselves to gender equality, protection of women and human rights?


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 2021-05-03  39m
 
 

The Poisoned Fruit of Facebook


Facebook may not be the source of all evils - but at least many of them. Siva Vaidhyanathan argues that while Facebook has some charms, it holds special responsibility for major social and political ills today


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 2021-04-26  38m