Podcast: Dore Gold on the Strategic Importance of the Nile River and the Politics of the Red Sea

Israel’s former ambassador to the United Nations joins us to talk about the politics of water in the Middle East.

The Roseires Dam on the Blue Nile river in southeastern Sudan on November 27, 2020. EBRAHIM HAMID/AFP via Getty Images.

The Roseires Dam on the Blue Nile river in southeastern Sudan on November 27, 2020. EBRAHIM HAMID/AFP via Getty Images.

Observation
Jan. 8 2021
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Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Center of Public Affairs, is a former ambassador of Israel to the United Nations (1997-1999) and the author of, among other books , Hatred’s Kingdom, The Fight for Jerusalem, and The Rise of Nuclear Iran.


This Week’s Guest: Dore Gold

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