Travels from Israel
Herb Keinon has over three decades of journalism experience, who now covers diplomacy for The Jerusalem Post. He is responsible for covering the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister, and has traveled to Paris with Ehud Barak, Texas with Ariel Sharon, Moscow with Ehud Olmert, and Washington, D.C. with Benjamin Netanyahu. He has lectured widely in Israel, the U.S., Europe, and Australia on the political and diplomatic situations in Israel, and regularly appears on international radio and television programs as a commentator. Mr. Keinon wrote Lone Soldiers: Israel's Defenders from Around the World, a book about young men and women from the Diaspora who volunteer to serve in the IDF, and writes a blog, French Fries in Pita, about living and raising a family in Israel.
Arts & Culture
Middle Eastern Relations
Staying grounded amid changing sands: Israel's struggle for its place in the new Middle East
Weighing the Chances for Peace: An Insider's Perspective on Netanyahu, Abbas, Obama and the current diplomatic process in light of a rapidly changing Middle East
Between a rocket and a hard place: How terror has changed Israel, its politics, the Zionist dream and the path to peace
Israel at 63: Is this the child we prayed for?
Love me, love me not: Who are Israel's friends? A look at Israel's relations with the nations of the world, from Brazil to Belgium, Ireland to India and various key spots in between
Israel and the Press: Why it is so difficult for Israel to get a fair shake in the media?
The Great Settlements Debate: 40 years of settlement history in 30 minutes - the changes, the differences, the stakes
The Obibi epoch: The Obama-Netanyahu era and a look at American-Israel relations in the run-up to 2012
Israel's Sunny Side: Lone Soldiers and Sustaining the Zionist Dream Under Darkening International Skies - a lectured based on my recently released book: Lone Soldiers: Israel's Defenders around the World
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