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Over the last two years, Israel’s primary concern was atypically not its preparedness to cope with security challenges but rather a unique mix of pandemic and politics. However, now that the COVID-19 crisis is seemingly on a steep downward curve and negotiations between potential coalition partners have shifted into a more practical mode following last month’s elections, the focus will inevitably return to Israel’s unfinished business with its various enemies – most prominently, those in Iran, Lebanon, Gaza and Syria. Has Israel kept in shape during this pause from perils or has it lost its edge? Panel: – Jonathan Hessen, Host. – Amir Oren, Analyst. – Brig. Gen. (Res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, Project Director on Middle East Developments, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. – Prof. Efraim Inbar; President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security.