Send in your questions for Jonathan Spyer

On January 3, the GLORIA senior research fellow will be on 20 Questions to answer reader queries so start submitting them now.

December 28, 2010 11:49
Jonathan Spyer

Jonathan Spyer. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Next week 20 Questions will host Jonathan Spyer, a senior research fellow at the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center in Herzliya.

20 Questions with Emily Landau (Premium)

A former advisor on international affairs at the Israeli Ministry of National Infrastructures, Spyer is an expert on Israel, Lebanon, Syria and broader issues of regional strategy.

Readers are asked to send in their suggested questions for Dr. Spyer on various topics ranging from Hamas/PA relations, Israel’s leadership struggles and a nuclear-armed Iran.

20 Questions is a new JPost Premium Content initiative empowering our readers to shape the content they would like to see. Reader participation is vital and we encourage your submission.

Submit your questions for Dr. Spyer to or write them in the Talkbacks below.

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