Tune in to Tipping Point’s special tribute to the United States 41st president, who passed away last week at the age of 94.
In this episode, American presidential historian, Professor Gil Troy, analyses the long-lasting impact President George H.W. Bush had on Israel and the Middle East.
From the Gulf War to the Madrid Conference – what will Bush 41 be most remembered for? Would he stand a chance if he had run for president today? And what is it like to be a presidential historian in the Trump era?
Also on this episode (starting at 17:57), a serious look at Israel-Diaspora relations, as we discuss Troy’s newly published book “The Zionist Ideas: Visions for the Jewish Homeland – Then, Now, Tomorrow.” Is it ok to be a nationalist and how should Jews on the Left view Zionism?