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Journal of European, Middle Eastern, & African Affairs / Maxwell, AFB, AL
/ Published November 26, 2019
Dr. David Tooch
This article explores the usefulness of know-how sharing in the making and boosting of Israel’s ties in East Asia. It examines Israel’s technology transfers as tools of diplomacy in terms of propping up trade ties, cultivating robust bilateral exchanges, and, at times softening the policies of pivotal Asian nations like China toward Israel in the context of the conflict with the Palestinians. The article also looks at how specialized knowledge sharing might reveal subtexts in ties between the technology sender (Israel) and the technology consumer (recipient partner nation).
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