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Annual assessment for 2022 – main recommendations
The 2022 Annual Assessment
JPPI’s Jewish World Dialogue: The State of Israel, the Diaspora, and the Nation-State Law
Palestinian Weakness is a Curse for Israel, Not a Blessing
Biden Middle East Trip: Where National Polarization Meets Party Polarization
US Ponders Agonizing Handshake in Saudi Arabia It Wants to Avoid
Moral Considerations in Foreign Policy and Israel’s Moral Failure
Judging the ‘Ethics’ of Israel’s Defense and Foreign Policy
Measuring the Politicization of Israel in Congress
The War in Ukraine: Implications for the Jewish People (Hebrew Event)
Speaking with the Ambassadors
China, the American Challenge and the Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
China, the American Challenge and the Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
2021 Annual Assessment
Should Israel be apprehensive following the US abandonment of Afghanistan?
How can Israel convince gentiles if it can’t convince Jews?
Iran as a Challenge to the Jerusalem-Washington-American Jewry Triangle
Israel’s confrontation with Hamas is a strategic wake-up call
Climate Change, Israel and the Jewish People
The downside of Blinken’s encouraging confirmation hearing – opinion
India, Israel, and the Jewish People – Book Review in The Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies
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
No substitute for Oslo and the ‘new Middle East’ – opinion
Israel’s Interests amid Increasing US-China Tensions
The Geopolitical Arena in the Shadow of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Don’t Give Up on the Two-State Solution
The Global Positions of China and the US, Before and After the Coronavirus Crisis
China’s Rise, US Opposition and the Implications for Israel
The Strategic Triangle: Jerusalem-Washington-American Jewry
The Evolving World Order: Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
The Future of the Current World Order: Implications for Israel and the Jewish People
Israeli And Diaspora Jews: ‘We Are Siblings, Not Cousins’
China, Israel, and the United States: Triangular Pressures
Will Netanyahu Surrender to the Annexation Camp?
Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s landmark visit to India
The Geopolitical Landscape – Growing Uncertainty in light of the Trump Presidency
India’s Israel relations, the Middle East and China
Memories of an Anti-Semitic State Department
India, Israel and the Jewish People – Book Launch Closing Remarks
Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat – India, Israel and the Jewish People
Ambassador Mark Sofer – India, Israel and the Jewish People
Ambassador Pavan Kapoor – India, Israel and the Jewish People
Ambassador Dennis Ross – India, Israel and the Jewish People
Op-Ed: Red Lines Belong to the People
India, Israel and the Jewish People
Op-Ed: Shifts in the West: Impacts on Israel and the Jewish People
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Address to JPPI Conference
Closing Remarks at the 2017 Conference on the Future of the Jewish People
Shifts in the West: Impacts on Israel and the Jewish People
Rising nationalism vs globalization and how it affects the Jews
Shifting Trends in the West and their Impact on Israel and the Jewish People
Amb. Dennis Ross – Foreign Policy Challenges Facing Trump Administration
Two Years since Narendra Modi’s Election Victory
The Relationship with the United States and the Triangle’s Resilience
The Regional System: Threats and Opportunities
The International System and U.S. Standing
An Opportunity for a Geopolitical Adjustment
Op-Ed: The Trump Win: Hoping for a Strong America to Advance a Peace Initiative
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.
Op-Ed: Securing an Acceptable Iran Deal in the Long Run
Dr. Henry Kissinger – Plenary with Amb. Dennis Ross
Geopolitical Challenges and the New Government
Op-Ed: A Speech and a Wake-Up Call
Op-Ed: Democratic Crisis or Jewish Catastrophe?
Implications for the Triangular Relationship: Jerusalem-Washington-the American Jewish Community
The Palestinian Challenge
The Iranian Challenge
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
Anti-Christian terror is everyone’s concern
The Renewed Peace Talks
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
Dr. Diana Pinto – The Peace Process From a European Perspective
Uncharted Waters, 21st Century Global Forces
The 2010 Conference of the Jewish People Report
A Permanent Agreement: The Jewish Dimension
Op-Ed: Israel Is a Victim of Turkey’s Transformation
Op-Ed: The Morning After
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
Muslim Anti-Semitism: The Challenge and Possible Responses
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
History of the Jewish Civilization and head of JPPI’s work regarding India and China.
S.Wald was born in 1936 in Milan, Italy. He grew up in Basel, Switzerland where he studied social sciences, history, and history of religions, graduating in 1962 as Ph.D. In 1964 he joined the Paris-based OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) where he stayed until his retirement in 2001. His career spanned education, technological innovation, science and technology policy, energy research policy and biotechnology policy. He was Head of the OECD/DSTI Biotechnology Unit. He joined the JPPPI in 2002 and worked on Jewish/Israeli relations with China; science and technology; and the history of Jewish civilization. Currently he reviews India-Israel-Jewish People links.
Three Reports written for JPPPI:
– China and the Jewish People – Old Civilizations in a New Era, Jerusalem 2004.
– “Science and Technology and the Jewish People”, JPPPI Annual Assessment 2005, Jerusalem 2005.
– Jewish Civilization at the Crossroads – Lessons from the History of Rise and Decline, to appear in 2010.
Three Research Papers written outside JPPPI:
– “China and Israel”, Encyclopedia Judaica, Second Edition, ed. Fred Skolnik, Vol. 4, Farmington Hills, 2007.
– “The ‘Confucianisation’ of the Jewish Community of Kaifeng: Jewish and Non-Jewish Historical Perspectives”, The Jews in Asia – Comparative Perspectives, ed. Pan Guang, Center of Jewish Studies Shanghai, The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, 2007.
– “Chinese Jews in European Thought”, Youtai – Presence and Perception of Jews and Judaism in China, ed. Peter Kupfer, FASK, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, ed. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2008.
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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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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.
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Senior Fellow at JPPI, Dov Maimon leads the “Grand Strategy toward Islam” project, the “Israel-Diaspora New Paradigm” project and the Institute’s activities in Europe.
Among his action-oriented work, he is a member of the Advisory Committee for Improving access to Ultra-Orthodox to Higher Education chaired by Professor Manuel Trajtenberg. He is also the author of the Action Plan for bringing the developing mass migration of French Jews to Israel. Commissioned by governmental agencies, the plan was adopted by the Israeli Cabinet on June 22nd 2014.
Born in Paris, he earned a B.Sc. from the Technion (Haifa, Israel), a MBA from Insead (Fontainebleau, France), a M.A in Religious Anthropology and a Ph.D. in Islamic and Medieval Studies from the Sorbonne University. He is a laureate of the prestigious prize “Grand Prix du chancelier des universites 2005” awarded to the best French PhD work in Literature and Human Sciences. He is also a graduat of the Mandel School of Educational Leadership. Formerly an High-Tech industry entrepreneur, Dov is teaching at the School of Business Administration of the Ben Gurion University.