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As the new Israeli government begins its work, its challenges are as multiple as they are complex. Many critics outside of Israel have already threatened to cut off ties with the new government, even before they have assumed office.  Before passing judgment on the incoming Israeli administration is essential to have an understanding of the actual policies of this new government and some of the many challenges that this government and the state of Israel are currently facing in the Middle East.

Listen to the highly decorated Israeli Brigadier General Amir Avivi as he examines the complicated situation facing this government and some of its multiple challenges.


About Amir Avivi:

Auditing and Consulting Department of the Israeli Defense Establishment (including the Israel Defense Force, the Ministry of Defense, and Israeli Military Industries). In that position, Avivi managed more than 100 military auditors and advisors. He was responsible for auditing military readiness, budgeting, procurement, projects, bids, cyber, logistics, infrastructure, and operations. Avivi fulfilled various command positions in the Corps of Engineers, leading thousands of soldiers in a dynamic combat environment.

Avivi served as Brigade commander, Deputy Division commander, and head of the Military School of Engineers. He also served as the aide-de-camp for the Chief of the General Staff of the IDF, Lt. General Moshe “Bogie” Yaalon. Avivi was at the heart of the policy-making process in the Israeli Government and Defense establishment during that term. Avivi also serves as the Principal of the New State Solution working group. Avivi is the Founder & CEO of Habithonistim.

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