Officially, there are only five great powers in the post-World War Two world - the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, who are also declared Nuclear weapon states. But in reality, there are other powers with a legitimate claim or aspirations to greatness, at least by some measures, such as Germany, Japan and India. There are no longer blocks headed by two Superpowers. Rather, there is a mix of confrontation, cooperation and mostly competition, as evident by the bitterness shown by France following the American-British Nuclear propulsion deal for Australian submarines. So what is the state of play in great power competition
Guests Colonel (Ret.) Dr. Eran Lerman, Co-host TV7 Middle East Review, Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security and Editor in Chief of the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune, Amb. Danny Ayalon, co-host TV7 Middle East Review and Israel's Former Ambassador to the United States and Deputy Foreign Minister & Lecturer at NYU, and Amir Oren, TV7 analyst and host of Watchmen Talk.