Paul Taylor, a contributing editor at POLITICO, writes the “Europe At Large” column.
PARIS — Too much history, not enough geography. British philosopher Isaiah Berlin’s aphorism about the plight of the Jews explains why Zionists fought to build a state on the land where their distant forebears dwelled in Biblical times.
But Israel may be about to discover that too much geography can also be a problem.
Behind our backs during the COVID-19 crisis, world powers great and small have been moving the geopolitical goalposts in ways that would normally draw widespread condemnation, but have been mostly crowded out of the headlines by …read more
Source:: European Voice