How Israel Became the Vaccination Nation

Jan. 20 2021

As America struggles to deliver vaccines to its citizens, and reports abound of doses going to waste while people line up in droves to receive their shots, the Jewish state has led the world in vaccinations per capita. Yonatan Adiri, in conversation Dan Senor, points to policy decisions by Benjamin Netanyahu, Israelis’ ability to come together to face national crises, and the country’s unique healthcare system as reasons for this success. He also notes that in Israel, “everybody wants to think like a CEO”—and sometimes that’s a good thing. (Audio, 62 minutes.)

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More about: Benjamin Netanyahu, Coronavirus, Israeli society

Iran’s Recent Attack on an Israeli Vessel Has Revealed Israel’s Maritime Vulnerability

March 4 2021

Last week, the Helios Ray, a ship owned by an Israeli company, was struck by a missile fired either by the Iranian military or one of its many proxy groups. Alex Fishman comments:

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More about: Iran, Israeli Security, Naval strategy