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Modi visit to Israel
Netanyahu’s congratulatory phone call and friendly exchange with Modi, after his good friend’s grand victory, in which he said, “You don’t need a coalition, I do."
Israel’s bottom-up diplomacy has paid off.
“In any family, there will naturally be disagreements,” he said. “We have shown the capacity throughout the centuries to get through them, and we will going forward as well.”
From the state visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Avi Gabbay gaining leadership of the Israeli Labor party.
By STEVE LINDE
Special from India: Modi's policies will continue to disrupt and change Nehru-Gandhi consensus on foreign policy, courtesy of his personal and impersonal network.
By KARTIKEYA SHARMA
Got a minute? Here's the week in review.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
What's next on Israeli's diplomacy agenda?
By HERB KEINON
For a moment this week, Israel almost seemed like a normal country.
By YAAKOV KATZ
ndian-Jewish partnership in the United States isn’t a new story. It has been growing for years.
By JASON ISAACSON
India, unlike many of the European countries, does not like “megaphone diplomacy.”
The Indian perspective: Modi appears to be adopting some of Israel's attitudes and mannerisms on multiple issues from security to diaspora outreach.
By PALKI SHARMA UPADHYAY
Considered to be the last major cavalry campaign in military history, the 1918 battle will be honored by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Modi: It is India’s hope that peace, dialogue and restraint will prevail.
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