A Nation That Dwells Alone: Israel’s Relations with the Family of Nations
One of Israel’s largest dilemmas—even before the Six-Day War, but especially in its aftermath—is its stance toward an often-hostile international community. Israel receives almost constant coverage in international media and foreign forums, greatly disproportionate to its geographical and population size, and the majority of this coverage is uncomplimentary. This lesson explores the roots of anti-Zionism and antisemitism and examines various means of countering these phenomena.
This lesson also surveys Israel’s impressive contributions to humanity in the areas of human rights, technological and scientific advancements, and ethical and moral standards.