The Israel/Palestine Conflict with Dr Michelle Lesh

Episode 3 July 07, 2020 00:34:56
The Israel/Palestine Conflict with Dr Michelle Lesh
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The Israel/Palestine Conflict with Dr Michelle Lesh
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Show Notes

Following President Donald Trump’s so-called Middle East 'Peace to Prosperity' Plan, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu recently highlighted Israel’s intention to annex parts of the West Bank. In this episode, Dr Michelle Lesh at the University of Melbourne discusses the significance of this move and her experience working in the area.

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