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Frontlines Podcast: The politics of Protective Edge
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July 24, 2014 18:23
Political Reporter Gil Hoffman discusses role of politics in decision making; security expert Emily Landau, human rights advocate Sarit Michaeli discuss international law in war.
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As the Gaza operation continues into its third week, the Frontlines Podcast talks to Political Reporter Gil Hoffman about the role of politics in Israeli decision making. He argues that "Dollars for Demilitarization" is the formula for a cease-fire we will be hearing much more about down the road.


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Later, security expert Emily Landau and human rights advocate Sarit Michaeli discuss the contentious issue of human rights and international law in the war.


Each week, the Frontlines Podcast brings you behind-the-scenes interviews with The Jerusalem Post's top reporters, editors and columnists, as well as special interviews with Israeli experts and politicians to offer insight, commentary and opinion on the biggest stories in Israel.


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  • Gaza
  • war crimes
  • operation protective edge
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