Oct 21 2010

Should Tel Aviv be going global?

Published by Editor at 2:41 pm under University in the Media

October 21, 2010  Haaretz

Before it brands itself as a global city, if that is even the right thing for the city and its residents, it would be best if Tel Aviv would focus its energies and budgets and get to work on just becoming a normal, run-of-the mill city, a clean and landscaped city that is well-maintained, has an efficient public transportation network and provides appropriate living conditions that are attainable for all its residents … But the municipality of the global-city-to-be, which seems to be Tel Aviv’s status currently in the global arena - as Prof. Baruch Kipnis of the University of Haifa writes in a pamphlet issued by the Global City Board ahead of the forum - does not focus on this kind of small detail.

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