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Iran power outage crisis leads politicians to slam their own policy

This unprecedented overt critique about the country’s problems apparently reveals the depth of the problem and Iran is not alone.

Will China dominate the future?

If so, what can like-minded democracies do to compete?


China’s efforts to establish regional hegemony - comment

With its re-emergence as the dominant economy in the region, China has widened its claims on features in the South China Sea and islands in the East China Sea.

White supremacists clash with counter protesters at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S., Augu

Why do western diplomats want to ‘engage’ far-right abroad, not at home?

The engagement model has long been pushed by diplomats in western chanceries. This is because it sounds good.

Israeli firms are to compete in New York's new clean energy competition

"NYPA's collaboration with Israeli technology companies will yield mutual benefit by introducing new solutions for commercial usage in large scale electric utilities."

Israel Electric Corporation

Cause of Israel's near nationwide blackout unknown

The Israel Electric Corporation confirmed the cause of the outages "was definitively not a cyberattack."

Leaving her mark

A conversation with Sigal Regev Rosenberg

Israeli engineer stands in the new electrical substation near the West Bank city of Jenin

Program for sustainability in Palestinian energy gets $63m. in funds

The program calls for sustained financing in order to support long-term planning, interventions in infrastructure and policy reform measures.

Israel Electric Company HQ.

Israeli power cuts to West Bank ends after Palestinians pay debt

Israel Electric Corp (IEC) began sporadic, three-hour power cuts on Dec. 18 to press for payment of some $519 million owed by the Jerusalem District Electricity Company (JDECO).

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