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ISRAEL

Analysis of Israel's Geopolitical position in the region

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Is Israel turning into a true economic power? Israel’s Geoeconomic status going into its 74th Birthday. 

Against much disbelief, the state of Israel is turning 74 years old in one of the roughest regions in the world. Yet, today, Israel’s geo-economic powers are more significant than ever and are affecting its ability to take part in shaping the Middle East.

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The Chinese threat to Israel - Should Israel join the coalition against China?

The United States is gearing up the pressure against China by building coalitions in Asia and other regions in the world. Sooner or later, Israel will have to pick sides, either the Chinese or the West. Israel will side with the United States and the West in any likely scenario. However, the consequences could be heavy on Israel.

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The Negev Summit - The fall of the USA and the rise of China in the Middle East

The Summit held on the 27th of March 2022 symbolized the end of an age where the USA played the sheriff's role in the USA, and China with its proxy states take advantage of the growing opportunity to increase its influence in the Middle East.

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When Israel's cyber attack on Iran spread to the whole world

In 2010, the Israeli-American cyber attack against Iran was dubbed Stuxnet. A highly sophisticated cyber attack that harmed the Iranian nuclear program and exposed Israeli cyber capabilities and offensive cyber capabilities in general.

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Start Up Nation - The story of Israel's exports worldwide

In the past decade, Israel has been experiencing rather rapid economic growth, from a GDP of $27,715 in 2009 to $43,592 in 2019. That is a 43% growth in just 10 years. Israel is not a predominately export based economy, but rather a balance between a local market and foreign investments while exports, especially the exports of services, is an important component to Israel’s economic growth.

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