Sayed Kashua is the creator of the hugely popular Israeli television sitcom Arab Labour and one of the country’s most successful writers. He has a (largely) satirical column in Haaretz and is the author of the novels Dancing Arabs, Let it be Morning, Second Person Singular and Exposure.
Our Voice of the week is INSS researchers Ambassador Daniel Shapiro, Ambassador Dr. Oded Eran, and Brig. Gen. (res.) Assaf Orion discussing the relationship between the United States, Israel, and China, and the course Israel needs to navigate as the competitive atmosphere between the United States and China increases.