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Oct 21, 2022, 5:38 AM
Episode 5: Let’s look at the activists
A few days ago, I found an interesting thread on Twitter made by an old friend I have known since high school. He described the evolution of the relationship between Jewish communities in Argentina and Israel during our youth,...
Oct 13, 2022, 9:15 AM
Episode 4: No more Noes
Heads up, this time, Noy is writing. The country of Israel is stuck in a long debate, and for our health, sanity, and political stability, we must find our way out of it. I’m talking about the yes or no...
Oct 11, 2022, 5:14 AM
Episode 3: Two states, solution?
When I was 22, I joined a group whose primary purpose was to debate and analyze the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from many different perspectives. I was one of the youngest members of this group. Many of my peers were around...
Oct 6, 2022, 5:22 AM
Episode 2: The parties and the people
As someone who lived the majority of her life as a voter in a presidential system, if there was one thing I have always known about the parliamentary systems, it was, so to speak, their advantage of putting parties...
Oct 3, 2022, 9:21 PM
Episode 1: Parties are tools but not the essence
If there is one problem that most Argentinians have heard about and dealt with in their everyday lives, that is stability. How many countries have had five different presidents in one week? We could still win all the discussions...
Sep 29, 2022, 7:11 AM
60-60: Israeli Elections for Dummies
Two months ago, when I heard we would vote in November I got excited. This could sound weird for the average Israeli but for me it was indeed something I have been waiting for (not for so long, you...
Vanina Pikholc – Journalist, M.A in Political Communications (Tel Aviv University). Works for digital media and social media as a content writer and producer. Founder at Furor Podcast (Argentina) since 2018. Also an intersectional feminist.