This book explores Israel's relations with its friends and foes, in the present and the past, by looking into news media outlets and their effect. There are several international political players involved in Israel's tough neighborhood of the Middle East, and some of them are portrayed in this book through the dimension of media coverage.Along with this, the volume highlights some of Israel's leading challenges in the sphere of international relations and public diplomacy. Hence, it integrates research in various topics-international relations, politics, media and Israel studies. With Israel at its center, the book brings together insights drawn from a wide range of scholarly inquiries into current global issues. Thus, a large scope and a uniquely wide perspective is established, enabling researchers to rely on this work.The book is bound to be of interest to specialists and to both advanced and undergraduate students in the field of Israel studies, Middle Eastern studies, scholars of international relations, and researchers of specific countries. However, though academic in nature, this book is also suitable for readers of popular social science who are interested in media and communication, Israel, or in the fascinating sociological forces that influence the regional geopolitics of the Middle East.
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Number of pages: 299
Dimensions: 212 x 148 mm
Edition: Unabridged edition