Podcasts

Podcast: Next Year in Jerusalem

TJ’s Danny Seidemann and Evan Gottesman discuss the issues and trends that could shape the geopolitics of Jerusalem in 2022, from U.S. foreign policy toward the city to “two-state agnosticism.”

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Podcast: The Settlement That Wasn’t But Now Is

On the debut episode of TJ’s new podcast, Danny Seidemann and Evan Gottesman talk compromise in Sheikh Jarrah, potential settlement construction in E1, and a controversy over reopening the American consulate in Jerusalem.

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Podcast: Compromise, Construction, Consulate

On the debut episode of TJ’s new podcast, Danny Seidemann and Evan Gottesman talk compromise in Sheikh Jarrah, potential settlement construction in E1, and a controversy over reopening the American consulate in Jerusalem.

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Podcast: Compromise and Conflict in Sheikh Jarrah

Host Evan Gottesman joins Terrestrial Jerusalem’s Danny Seidemann to discuss issues that could impact Jerusalem in the coming weeks and months, from potential court decisions on evictions in Sheikh Jarrah and Silwan to a public hearing on settlement building in the contentious E1 area east of the city.

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Podcast: One Month in Jerusalem

In the latest installment of the Israel Policy Pod-Terrestrial Jerusalem partnership series, host Evan Gottesman and TJ’s Daniel Seidemann look at the major developments shaping events in Jerusalem over the past month, including pending eviction cases against Palestinian residents of Sheikh Jarrah and Silwan, a visit from U.S. Secretary of State Tony Blinken, plus, how Israel’s prospective new government could affect the all-important city.

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Podcast: Refugees and Rockets

Rounding out the Israel Policy Forum-Terrestrial Jerusalem partnership series, Evan Gottesman and Danny Seidemann discuss the status quo governing access to the holy sites on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.

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