On this episode of Up Close, a controversial solution for Israeli-Palestinian peace, an espionage thriller that draws from the author’s own experiences, and the penultimate book in a series on how the modern world came to be.
First, Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick discusses her new book, The Israeli Solution: A One State Plan for Piece in the Middle East, and why she is against the two-state solution for which international bodies and the majority of the Israeli population have been advocating.
Then, Haggai Carmon, author of the Dan Gordon series of espionage novels, tells how he turned from attorney to international intelligence operative to novelist. His newest book is Defection Games.
Finally, Thomas Cahill, the author of the Hinges of History series (which includes The Gifts of the Jews), talks about his newest book — the sixth in the proposed series of seven — Heretics and Heroes: How Renaissance Artists and Reformation Priests Created Our World.
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