Tue, Jul 30, 2019

Israel’s mixed bag: How Israel excels and fails at sustainability

When it comes to green technology, there is no denying Israeli clout. The “start-up nation,” whose renowned tech sector accounts for 35 to 40 percent of GDP, has earned the moniker due in no small part to sustainability.  

MENASource by Daniel J. Samet


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Mezran and Samet in The Diplomat: China Has Quietly Carved out a Foothold in North Africa

In the News by Atlantic Council

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Daniel J. Samet is Program Assistant for Middle East Programs at the Atlantic Council. His research interests include Israel and great-power competition in the Middle East.

Before joining the Council, Mr. Samet served as Research Associate at the National Endowment for Democracy. He previously interned for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Rep. Chris Van Hollen, and the Embassy of France. His writing has appeared in The National Interest, Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Forward, The Washington Examiner, and The Diplomat, among other publications.

Mr. Samet holds a BA Magna cum laude in History and French from Davidson College and a MA in Middle Eastern Studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He speaks French and some Arabic and Hebrew.