A double game.
Beyond fighting fires and exporting natural gas.
A counterweight to Russia, Iran, and Turkey.
With the help of Cyprus, Greece, and Italy.
Delays in Jerusalem may have severe consequences.
But will politics get in the way?
Anti-Semitism seems to be diminishing.
Israel has successfully navigated the post-Arab Spring chaos, it has the region’s most powerful military, and it will soon be a major energy player.
It’s the only available check on the court’s power.
Because it could.
Israel’s new status as a budding energy power.
Its only non-majority-Muslim neighbor.
Its bonanza in natural gas could transform Israel’s strategic relations with regional neighbors and others—but only if energy policy is properly managed.