Daniel Levy - 30 November 2015
In the absence of an adequate political and diplomatic strategy, bombing in Syria may do more harm than good
Daniel Levy - 09 September 2015
A visit to Downing Street is a welcome distraction for Mr. Netanyahu as Congressional options close over Iran deal
Daniel Levy - 13 March 2015
For the first time this century the leader of Israel’s Labour Party appears to be genuinely competing for the position of Prime Minister.
Julien Barnes-Dacey & Ellie Geranmayeh & Daniel Levy - 12 January 2015
The West needs to push regional actors to assume their responsibilities in confronting the threat posed by IS.
Daniel Levy - 16 December 2014
There is a case to be made for Europe not recognising the Palestinian state, but is it a worthwhile one?
Daniel Levy - 02 October 2014
The biggest danger for Israel, as it is for some of its neighbours, is that the “Islamic State metastasising threat narrative” could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Daniel Levy - 19 August 2014
Apparent wall-to-wall consensus in favour of the Gaza offensive among the Israeli public masks a deep internal moral malaise.
Daniel Levy - 15 August 2014
Demilitarising Gaza is being touted as part of a solution to the recent fighting. However, it's a potentially dangerous red herring
Daniel Levy - 11 July 2014
A toxic cocktail of greater radicalisation, lack of mediators and Binyamin Netanyahu do not bode well for the region
Julien Barnes-Dacey & Daniel Levy - 24 June 2014
How the EU should not respond to the crisis in Iraq
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