The article aims to introduce the analysis of Israeli politics from the perspective of French historian, philosopher and sociologist Raymond Aron (1905–1983). Aron belonged to the secular Jewish assimilated community in France. That is why his analyses of Israel are both very deep and detailed. Aron described Israel as a crossroad of global international relations and ”planetary“ diplomacy. In his life research, he emphasized strictly the disinterested analytical approach, thus he described Israeli policy and the political environment of Middle East from this point of view. Although his thinking was based on realistic theory of international relations and etatism, his analysis of Israeli policy rather came from his personal beliefs. In result, Aron could afford to understand freely all problems of the participants of Israeli politics.