Dr. Emmanuel Navon
Expert in international relations.Email: email@example.com
Dr. Navon is a lecturer in international relations at Tel Aviv University and at the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center. He is also a senior fellow at the Kohelet Policy Forum, and an analyst for i24News. He has authored three books and numerous articles in professional journals. Previously, Navon served as chair of the Communication and Political Science Department at the Jerusalem Orthodox College, as partner with the Navon-Levy Group (a consultancy that promoted Israeli agricultural projects in Sub-Saharan Africa), as CEO of BNIC (an NGO that trained Israeli business leaders in diplomatic advocacy), and as consultant with Arttic (where he built R&D partnerships between Israel and Europe). Dr. Navon graduated from Sciences-Po Paris and earned his Ph.D. in International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is fluent in English, French, and Hebrew, and is conversant in German and in Italian. His upcoming book is The Star and the Scepter: A Diplomatic History of Israel.
Expert in international relations.
Israel and the New Geopolitics of Energy
The geopolitics of energy is undergoing significant changes, because the oil weapon has weakened; Israel has emerged as a natural gas producer; and the Paris Agreement on the environment necessitates a reduction in oil consumption. To take full advantage of the situation, Israel should be export gas to Turkey and Egypt, not just to Europe.
Jerusalem is the test of US leadership in the Middle East
The Arab League’s Chairman, Ahmed Abul Gheit, has warned President Trump that recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital would do a disservice to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process as well as ignite violence in the Middle-East. Given the absence of a peace process and given the abundance of violence in the Middle-East, Mr. Aboul-Gheit’s warning does not even pass the laughing test.
U.S. Embassy Relocation Possible within a Year, Experts Say. Dr. Emmanuel Navon: If Trump and Pence want to get things going they have to be very hands-on about it. The Media Line, 21.1.2018