Implications of regional trade route disruptions for Israel

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This article is featured in Orient III/2024.

This article examines the threats to Israel’s foreign trade and places them within the context of recent economic and political developments inside the country. During the last year, two regional developments have affected Israel’s foreign trade: the Houthi attacks on shipping in the Red Sea and Turkey’s decision to boycott trade with Israel. These, and other trade and investment developments, have resulted from the war in Gaza between Hamas and Israel.

Paul Rivlin is an economist and senior fellow at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies, Tel Aviv University. He is the author of five books and numerous papers and contributions to books on economic development in the Middle East, international energy markets, defence and trade economics.

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