Podcast: Jeremy Rabkin on Why the "Lawfare" Threat to Israel Still Pales Next to Conventional Dangers

The expert on constitutional and international law tells us why the specter of “legal” warfare against Israel may not be as grievous as some worry.

A weaponry exhibition in Tehran, Iran on February 07, 2019, organized for the 40th anniversary of the Iranian revolution. Rouzbeh Fouladi/NurPhoto via Getty Images.

A weaponry exhibition in Tehran, Iran on February 07, 2019, organized for the 40th anniversary of the Iranian revolution. Rouzbeh Fouladi/NurPhoto via Getty Images.

Observation
Aug. 1 2019
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A weekly podcast, produced in partnership with the Tikvah Fund, offering up the best thinking on Jewish thought and culture.

Jeremy Rabkin is a professor of law at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.


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