Israel and its regional and global conflicts: Domestic developments, security issues and foreign affairs

German foreign policy bestows central meaning to its unique relationship to Israel. Nearly 70 years after state foundation, Israel is in a highly dynamic, and transient phase. It is characterized by changing domestic intergroup relations and power structures, all of which effect domestic and foreign policy. These changes will also introduce a new dynamic into German/Israeli relationships.

The project endeavours to allow for an in-depth and profound understanding of current and long-term trends of Israeli society and politics, the Middle East conflict, as well as Israel’s relationships to its neighbouring countries, to Germany and to the EU, as well as other relevant international players.

The project is conducted within the Division Middle East/Africa.

Head of Project:Peter Lintl
Research Associates:

Dr. Gil Murciano
Lidia Averbukh

Fellow:Dr. Joanna Dyduch
Prof. PR Kumaraswamy
Research Assistant:Stefan Wolfrum

Funding:

The project is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office.

Publications

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Peter Lintl, Stefan Wolfrum

Israel’s Nation-State Law

Netanyahu Government Lays the Foundations for a Majoritarian System

SWP Comment 2018/C 41, October 2018, 7 Pages
Lidia Averbukh, Margarete Klein

Russia-Israel Relationship Transformed by Syria Conflict

Political Interests Overshadow Social and Economic Ties

SWP Comment 2018/C 37, September 2018, 8 Pages
Gil Murciano

Preventing a Spillover of the Iran Israel Conflict in Syria

E3+Russia Should Lead the Way Out

SWP Comment 2018/C 27, July 2018, 8 Pages
Peter Lintl (ed.)

Actors in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Interests, Narratives and the Reciprocal Effects of the Occupation

SWP Research Paper 2018/RP 03, June 2018, 59 Pages
Peter Lintl

Repercussions of the Unresolved Conflict on Israeli Power Constellations and Actor Perspectives

in: Peter Lintl (ed.)
Actors in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Interests, Narratives and the Reciprocal Effects of the Occupation

Contributions to Research Papers 2018/RP 03, June 2018, 59 Pages, S. 7-20
Lidia Averbukh

Actor in Flux: The Jewish Israel Lobby in the United States

in: Peter Lintl (ed.)
Actors in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Interests, Narratives and the Reciprocal Effects of the Occupation

Contributions to Research Papers 2018/RP 03, June 2018, 59 Pages, S. 51-57
Amal Jamal

The Rise of “Bad Civil Society” in Israel

Nationalist Civil Society Organizations and the Politics of Delegitimization

SWP Comment 2018/C 02, January 2018, 8 Pages
Gil Murciano

Israel vis-à-vis Iran in Syria: The Perils of Active Containment

Iran’s Growing Influence in the Evolving Order in Syria Is Driving Israel to Change Its Mindset and Strategies

SWP Comment 2017/C 41, October 2017, 8 Pages
Lidia Averbukh

Israel on the Road to the Orient?

The Cultural and Political Rise of the Mizrahim

SWP Comment 2017/C 09, April 2017, 7 Pages
Peter Lintl

The Dynamics of a Right-wing Coalition

How the Failure of the Peace Processes Encourages Domestic Populism in Israel

SWP Comment 2016/C 45, October 2016, 8 Pages
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SWP Comments

Peter Lintl, Stefan Wolfrum
Israel’s Nation-State Law

Netanyahu Government Lays the Foundations for a Majoritarian System


Andreas Goldthau, Martin Keim, Kirsten Westphal
The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation

Governing the Shift: Transformation Dividends, Systemic Risks and New Uncertainties


SWP Research Papers

Muriel Asseburg, Wolfram Lacher, Mareike Transfeld
Mission Impossible?

UN Mediation in Libya, Syria and Yemen


Johannes Thimm
From Exception to Normalcy

The United States and the War on Terrorism