Israel: When international powers collapse, growth continues

Israel may be a little dot on the map of the world, but the Jewish state's growth makes it an international player.

Jay Shapiro,

Iron Dome interceptor system mounted on Israeli missile boat
Iron Dome interceptor system mounted on Israeli missile boat
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Independence Day has passed, but before and after it, since 1948, Israel has become a significant international player.

Jay Shapiro thinks that in 70 years Israel has gone from a poor cousin of the Western democracies to a major contributor to the defense of democratic values.




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