How to Negotiate with Terrorists and Bring Hostages Home with Ory Slonim and Dan Raviv

Join Orly Slonim, a specialist in negotiating for the release of Israeli prisoners and hostages ,for a conversation about the 230+ hostages taken to Gaza and what strategies might win their release. He also discusses the role Qatar, Egypt and Turkey, as well as the United States, may play in the negotiations.

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An Inside Look at What’s Happening in the Palestinian Authority Today: A Wide-Ranging Conversation with Ghaith al-Omari and Nadine Epstein

What are the repercussions of the October 7 terrorist attack in Israel and the resulting Israel-Hamas war for the Palestinian Authority? How are PA President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah Party dealing with issues from settler violence to pro Hamas demonstrations, and a populace that only gets its news from Al Jazeera and doesn’t know what really happened on October 7? Why do ties between Israeli and Palestinian security forces remain strong? Will the crisis push the dysfunctional PA to reform? How are Palestinians within Israel reacting? And who should oversee Gaza after the war? Join Ghaith al-Omari

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The Rise of Antisemitism since October 7th with Ira N. Forman and Sarah Breger

Join Ira N. Forman, former U.S. State Department’s Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism for an important conversation about the current state of antisemitism around the globe since October 7th.

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The World Order Under Threat: How Russia, Iran and China Benefit from the Israel-Hamas War with Ilan Berman and Nadine Epstein

Join Ilan Berman, Senior Vice President of the American Foreign Policy Council, and Moment Editor-in-Chief Nadine Epstein, for a wide-ranging conversation about the state of the world order, the links between Russia, China, Iran and the strategies behind them.

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The Israel-Hamas War: Updates and Analysis (Part 2) with Aaron David Miller and Robert Siegel

Aaron David Miller shares his thoughts on the hostage situation, Hamas, Gaza, the West Bank, Hezbollah, Lebanon, Syria, Iran, regional and international ramifications, and where he thinks this war is headed in the coming weeks.

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The Israel-Hamas War Through the Eyes of an Israeli Writer with Fania Oz Salzberger and Amy E. Schwartz

Historian and Moment columnist Fania Oz-Salzberger, coauthor of the book Jews and Words with her father Amos Oz, talks about how she and other Israelis are coping with the dramatic upheavals of the past two weeks, her personal experience, her hopes and fears for Israel, and how she processes what she is experiencing and decides what to share in her writing.

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Danger on Israel’s Northern Border: Hezbollah and the Failed State of Lebanon with Hanin Ghaddar and Nadine Epstein

Join former Lebanese journalist Hanin Ghaddar, Friedmann Senior Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy in the Linda and Tony Rubin Program on Arab Politics, for a deep dive into the inner workings of Hezbollah, including its leaders and weapons arsenal, its domination of the Lebanese government and economy, Iran’s role, and what we can expect. In conversation with Moment editor Nadine Epstein.

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Israel-Hamas war analysis from Aaron David Miller

The Israel Hamas-War: Updates and Analysis (Part 1) with Aaron David Miller and Robert Siegel

oin Middle East Analyst Aaron David Miller and Robert Siegel, former host of NPR’s “All Things Considered” and Moment contributor, as they discuss what happened, where things stand and how and when this war might end.

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The Yom Kippur War and How it Created the Modern Middle East with Uri Kaufman and Dan Raviv

oin Uri Kaufman, author of the new book Eighteen Days in October: The Yom Kippur War and How It Created the Modern Middle East, for a conversation about the war and how it set the stage for future peace negotiations; how the Yom Kippur War gave birth to the religious-Zionist settler movement; and why history has not always been kind to Israel’s first and only female prime minister.

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