New Subjects in the Field
Despite the Gloomy Headlines, American Jewry has Grown in Size
How can Israel convince gentiles if it can’t convince Jews?
The Pew 2020 survey in the context of demographic studies, and US Jewry in the global Jewish context
Let’s Talk – Discussing the Future Among the Jewish People
Trump’s defeat ends the Israeli right’s long celebration
On Israel-Palestine, Biden Is Not Just Another Version of Obama
Must Israel ‘support Washington to face down Beijing?’ – analysis
Israel’s Interests amid Increasing US-China Tensions
The Global Positions of China and the US, Before and After the Coronavirus Crisis
The Strategic Triangle: Jerusalem-Washington-American Jewry
The Evolving World Order: Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
The Geopolitical Landscape – Growing Uncertainty in light of the Trump Presidency
Op-Ed: Putting the Kotel Decision in Context
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Address to JPPI Conference
Israel’s Standing in the West: PR , Policy or Substance
Shifting Trends in the West and their Impact on Israel and the Jewish People
Remarks to the JPPI by US Ambassador Daniel B. Shapiro
2030: Alternative Futures for the Jewish People
The Future of Israel Between Thriving and Decline
Noah served as Foreign Policy and Strategic Advisor to Member of Knesset Dr. Einat Wilf and worked in the Israeli Knesset as a Parliamentary Assistant. His responsibilities included briefing senior diplomats and foreign media correspondents from around the world. He also worked with pro-Israel and Jewish organization around the world organizing community visits and lectures.
Noah holds an Honors BA in Jewish Studies from York University and an MA in Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution from the Lauder School of Government at the IDC Herzliya. He also studied Economics at the University of Toronto and Political Science at the University of Western Ontario.
Prior to immigrating to Israel from Canada in 2008, Noah worked on campuses across Canada organizing Jewish student events and leading Israel advocacy efforts.
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The View Through Big-Data: An Initial Analysis of 15 Million Tweets by AIPAC and J Street Followers
Ambassador Avi Gil Served as the Director General of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs from April 2001-November 2002. He also served as Director-General of Israel’s Ministry of Regional Cooperation, Deputy Director-General of the Peres Center for Peace; the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Media Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Finance, and Executive Policy Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He has been closely involved in Israel’s policy-making and peace efforts, including the negotiations that led to the Oslo Accords and the peace treaty with Jordan. He is a Senior Fellow at the JPPPI and a was a close advisor to President Shimon Peres.
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The International System: U.S. status and performance and the implications for Israeli strategic resilience
Michael Herzog is a Brigadier General in reserve. He was discharged in August 2010 from long service in the IDF, which included, among other things, combat as an infantryman in the Yom Kippur War, a long career in the Intelligence Division, the head of the Strategic Planning Division in the Planning Division (AGT), the military secretary to the defense minister and chief of staff Minister of Defense (a total of six years in the last two positions, with four defense ministers).
Herzog has been involved in all of Israel’s peace talks with the Palestinians, Syrians and Jordanians since 1993. Between May 2009 and March 2010, he served as a special envoy of the Prime Minister and the Minister of Defense in efforts to drive the political process.
He has also served and is serving as a research fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
In 2021 Herzog was named Israel’s Ambassador to the US.