Articles by Daniel Tkatch

Daniel Tkatch was born in Kazakhstan, studied physics, art history and philosophy in Israel, Germany and Belgium, currently based in Brussels. He pursues a research in philosophy at KU Leuven, while covering cross-national political issues and developments in visual arts as a freelance journalist. Winner of the German-Polish Journalism Award 2014.

Daniel Tkatch

Containing terror with security measures only goes so far.

An article with the same title as this one was published in the Jerusalem Post, Israel’s English-language daily a day after the terrorist attacks in Brussels. The author, Yossi Melman, describes the attacks as “the result of years of negligence” and “a colossal security and intelligence failure.” According to Melman, Europe missed the opportunity to profit from Israel’s security-related know-how. The author is both right and wrong.

Udi Aloni’s new feature film, the winner of this year’s Berlinale Panorama Audience Award, is one of two Israeli films at the festival having the word “junction” in their title. Can one see this as a sign that Israel is standing at an important crossroads in its history? Katoikos.eu spoke to the director and the Palestinian leading actor, Samar Qupty.

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