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Title:Israel, Islam & the New Cold War | Niall Ferguson

John is re-joined by pre-eminent historian Niall Ferguson to analyse the latest conflict between Israel and Hamas. Ferguson argues that due to the nature of Hamas’ urban warfare, tunnel systems and civilian shields, Israel will have a long and difficult campaign ahead. He also points out that the decline in Western support for Israel, particularly in the younger generations, is due to a woke university system propagating Islamist and left-wing viewpoints, attempting to create a moral equivalence between the October 7 terrorist attacks and Israel’s response. Niall Ferguson, MA, D.Phil., is the Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and a senior fellow of the Centre for European Studies, Harvard, where he served for twelve years as the Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History. He is the author of fifteen books, most recently Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe. His previous book, Kissinger, 1923-1968: The Idealist, won the Council on Foreign Relations Arthur Ross Prize. He is also an award-winning filmmaker, having won an international Emmy for his PBS series The Ascent of Money. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 00:00 Israel and Hamas 04:41 Israel and the West’s response 09:14 Generational support for Palestine 13:36 Global Terrorism and Radical Islam 18:25 Immigration and Assimilation 26:52 Why the Left supports Palestine 29:30 The New Cold War 38:16 Cold War I and Military Deterrence 40:36 American Fiscal Policy 46:34 Israel, Palestine and the Western World 47:55 The Pacific Cold War 53:40 Isolationism and WWIII -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conversations feature John Anderson, former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, interviewing the world's foremost thought leaders about today's pressing social, cultural and political issues. John believes proper, robust dialogue is necessary if we are to maintain our social strength and cohesion. As he puts it; "You cannot get good public policy out of a bad public debate." If you value this discussion and want to see more like it, make sure you subscribe to the channel here: And stay right up to date with all the conversations by subscribing to the newsletter here: Follow John on Twitter: Follow John on Facebook: Follow John on Instagram: Support the channel: Website: Podcast: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Niall's website: Follow Niall on Twitter: Follow Niall on Facebook:


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