The latest article in this series is:
The Israel-Turkey Deal Could Benefit the Palestinians by Muhammed Ammash
The previous articles in this series are:
The Risks and Rewards of Israeli-Turkish Energy Cooperation by Gabriel Mitchell
Turkey-Israel Deal: A Key to Long-term Reconciliation? by Selin Nasi
Turkish-Israeli Relations: Crises and Cooperation by Dr. Oğuz Çelikkol
Supporting Israel-Turkey Reconciliation:
In 2012, with the purpose of positively contributing to ties between their respective governments, the Mitvim Institute and the GPoT Center formally signed a memorandum of understanding, and launched a second track channel that would support efforts to mend Israel-Turkey relations and enable experts, diplomats and journalists from both countries to exchange views on bi-lateral ties and developments in the region. The cornerstone of this initiative is a series of policy dialogues, hosted both in Istanbul and Tel Aviv and in cooperation with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. These dialogues have proven to maintain and enhance vital arteries of communication during a period of reduced diplomatic ties. They are regularly covered by the Israeli and Turkish media.