Yoni Hersch and Eli Leon, israelhayom.com
Image from article, with caption: Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein (left) is interviewed by Israel Hayom Editor-in-Chief Boaz Bismuth at the IAC conference | Photo: Perry Bindelglass
Speaking at Israeli-American Council conference, Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein also says it is “high time” haredim accept compromise on IDF draft law • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi emphasizes importance of maintaining bipartisan U.S. support for Israel.
Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein said on Sunday that it was his hope that in the future Israelis living overseas would be able to vote in Israeli elections.
“When I was minister of Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] and Diaspora Affairs, I said that I didn't think that Israel should be different from France or Russia or the United States, where citizens vote in their embassies. I hope that this legislation will finally pass,” Edelstein said in an interview with Israel Hayom Editor-in-Chief Boaz Bismuth at the Israeli-A..
Based in Chennai, one of Indias cultural capitals, the Center for Soft Power (CSP) is an India Foundation institute that studies and researches Indian soft power, mapping along the way the wide diversity of cultural forms present in the country.
Lately, the Center has embarked on a unique project titled Chennai Soft Power 30, which seeks to document and interview 30 of Chennai's most internationally recognized performing artists in the fields of music and dance.
The videos below look at the journey of some of Chennai's top-performers and explain how they have spread Indian culture globally through their art.
This video features an interview with dance couple Renjith and Vijna who have toured the world performing Indian folk dances.
The original video can be found on the Center for Soft Power's Youtube channel here.
This one features an interview with Grammy nominated bamboo flute maestro Shashank Subramanyam, who has col..
Photos: Curtis Chase Hair Stylist: Dana Alexander Designer (clothing): Claudia Pegus Make-up: Kirk Thomas There is nothing terribly complicated about Joanne Brooks, she simply decides what she wants, goes out and gets it. These words were written in 1998 by Rosemary Stone, then Fashion Editor of the Express, when she interviewed Brooks as a
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- 25th November 2015
Have you heard the one about the American ambassador with his own reality show? While we here stateside don’t know much about our diplomat in Denmark, Rufus Gifford, most Danes are on a first-name basis with the affable 41-year-old with leading-man looks, thanks to Jeg er ambassadøren fra Amerika—or The American Ambassador. Gifford’s reality show—which
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