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Shifts in the West: Impacts on Israel and the Jewish People
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The International System and U.S. Standing
An Opportunity for a Geopolitical Adjustment
Amb. Dennis Ross – Doomed to Succeed: The U.S.-Israel Relationship from Truman to Obama
Elliott Abrams – Foreign Policy Implications of 2016 U.S. Presidential Election
Op-Ed: The Truth from the U.S.
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Dr. Henry Kissinger – Plenary with Amb. Dennis Ross
Geopolitical Challenges and the New Government
Op-Ed: A Speech and a Wake-Up Call
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The Palestinian Challenge
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The Global Context
2014 – A Strategic Crossroads
The Conference on the Future of the Jewish People, Glen Cove 2014
2014 – A Strategically Decisive Year
Dr. Shalom Salomon Wald – Rise and Fall of Civilizations: Lessons for the Jewish People
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JPPI 2012-2013 Annual Assessment Presentation to the Israeli Cabinet
2013 – Elections in the United States and Israel
U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Daniel B. Shapiro at JPPI’s 2012 Conference
Amb. Stuart Eizenstat Presents His Newest Book
Prioritized Strategies for the Jewish People: 2012
Amb. Dennis Ross – Regional Developments
Amb. Daniel B. Shapiro – Opening Remarks
Amb. Dennis Ross – Chanel 2 Interview on “Iran Deal,” Peace Process
Remarks to the JPPI by US Ambassador Daniel B. Shapiro
Uncharted Waters, 21st Century Global Forces
A Permanent Agreement: The Jewish Dimension
Op-Ed: Israel Is a Victim of Turkey’s Transformation
Defense Minister of Israel, Mr. Ehud Barak, at JPPI’s 2010 Conference
Op-Ed: Debasing a Foundational Idea
Mega-Trends and the Jewish People
Assessment: Permanent Agreement, Jewish Dimension
Background: Mideast Peace, the Jewish Dimension
2030: Alternative Futures for the Jewish People
The Triangular Relationship of Jerusalem, Washington, and the American Jewish community
The Future of Israel Between Thriving and Decline
Policy Paper: China and the Jewish People
Dan Feferman recently completed his service with the IDF at the rank of major. For nearly a decade Dan served as a foreign policy and national security analyst and advisor to the General Staff, focusing on US-Israel strategic relations, as a special assistant to the Deputy Chief of the General Staff, and as a commander in an elite intelligence unit within the IDF’s Research and Analysis Division, where he continues to serve in reserve duty. Through his various positions, Dan has been closely involved in Israel’s most pressing strategic defense and political issues.
Dan also consults, lectures and writes on foreign policy, defense and intelligence matters .
Prior to his military service, Dan completed an MA in National Security Studies from Tel Aviv University and a BA in International Politics and Middle East Studies from the School of International Service, at the American University, Washington DC, both with honors. Dan also completed a prestigious internship at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
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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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Dr. Einat Wilf, the Baye Foundation Adjunct Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, was Chair of the Education, Sports and Culture Committee, Chair of the Knesset Sub-Committee for Israel and the Jewish People, and Member of the influential Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee in the 18th Knesset.
Previously, Dr. Wilf served as Foreign Policy Advisor to Vice Prime Minister Shimon Peres, a Senior Fellow at the Jewish People Policy Institute, and a strategic consultant with McKinsey & Company. Born and raised in Israel, Dr. Wilf served as an Intelligence Officer in the Israel Defense Forces.
Dr. Wilf is the author of four books that explore key issues in Israeli society. Her first book, “My Israel, Our Generation”, is about Israel’s past and future from the perspective of the younger generation. Her second book, “Back to Basics: How to Save Israeli Education (at no additional cost)“, offers a detailed and feasible policy proposal for improving Israel’s education system. Her third book, “It’s NOT the Electoral System, Stupid”, demonstrates through comparative analysis why Israel’s electoral system is no worse than those of other democracies and therefore should not be changed. Her fourth and most recent book, “Winning the War of Words”, compiles her key essays on Israel and Zionism.
Dr. Wilf has a BA in Government and Fine Arts from Harvard University, an MBA from INSEAD in France, and a PhD in Political Science from the University of Cambridge.
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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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Brigadier General (Res.) Herzog is a senior fellow at JPPI and currently heads an extensive project on confronting the de-legitimization phenomena. He rose through the military ranks to become head of the IDF’s strategic planning division and one of Israel’s prominent experts on strategic, military and intelligence matters.
Over the last decade General Herzog has held senior positions in the office of Israel’s Minister of Defense, under four ministers and was the Chief of Staff to Minister Ehud Barak. In those positions, he was at the center of Israeli decision-making on all key strategic, defense and political issues. General Herzog is also a military fellow at the Washington Institute, where he published extensively on Middle Eastern affairs. General Herzog is the son of the late president of Israel, Chaim Herzog.