May 15, 2021PAST EVENT

IDF Strikes Gaza Building Where Int’l Media Offices Located, Claims Use by Hamas – Analysis by Colonel (res.) Adv. Pnina Sharvit Baruch

Colonel (res.) Adv. Pnina Sharvit Baruch will analyze the move from national security and legal perspectives. Sharvit Baruch is a Senior Research Associate at the Tel Aviv-based Institute for National Security Studies, where she heads the program on law and national security. She previously headed the International Law Department of the Military Advocate General Unit, […]

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May 12, 2021PAST EVENT

Amid Conflict with Gaza Strip, Internal Arab-Israeli Tensions Spill Over | Press Tour to the City of Lod

Amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict, some Israeli-Arabs have started rioting throughout the country, clashing with police and Jewish residents and in various cases targeting Jewish-owned businesses and setting fire to synagogues. The conditions in the mixed Jewish-Arab city of Lod, in particular, where the Israeli government has declared a state of emergency and ordered the […]

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May 11, 2021PAST EVENT

Amid Unrest in Jerusalem, Hamas and Islamic Jihad Target Israel with Rocket Barrage Tour of Israel’s border with Gaza

Following days of clashes in Jerusalem and escalating rocket fire from the Gaza Strip, the Israeli government is considering a significant military response to quell Palestinian attacks.

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May 9, 2021PAST EVENT

Clashes in Jerusalem: US-Israel Relations Danny Ayalon The Impact on US-Israel Relations

Amid days of intensifying clashes in Jerusalem, the US State Department issued a statement calling on all sides to “exercise decisive leadership and work cooperatively together to lower tensions, end the violence, and reinvigorate long-standing coordination mechanisms and relationships that have served their shared interests over the decades.” Danny Ayalon will discuss the Biden Administration’s […]

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April 12, 2021PAST EVENT

Naval Skirmishes, Natanz, and Renewed JCPOA Talks Expert Panel on Israel, Iran and the US With Ms. Sima Shine and Col. (res.) Eldad Shavit

Amid recent alleged attacks on both Israeli and Iranian shipping vessels, and on the backdrop of US attempts to bring the Islamic Republic back to the nuclear negotiating table, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin landed in Israel Sunday morning. It marked the first time that a senior official in US President Joe Biden’s administration […]

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April 12, 2021PAST EVENT

From Jerusalem to the Gaza Strip: Israeli-Palestinian Tensions Erupt in Violence With Brig. Gen. (res.) Udi Dekel, Managing Director of the INSS

Following a series of rocket attacks, the Israeli security cabinet has green lighted a potential major military operation in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. This comes amid ongoing clashes in Jerusalem during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, and on the backdrop of the possible postponement of the first Palestinian legislative elections in 15 years. Brig. […]

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April 6, 2021PAST EVENT

Political Analysis By Prof. Eran Vigoda-Gadot

Prime Minister Netanyahu’s mandate expired last night. Prof. Eran Vigoda-Gadot will discuss the latest developments and their significance, and provide a political analysis on what might be expected next. Eran Vigoda-Gadot is a professor of Public Administration and Management, Political Science and Governance. He currently serves as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at […]

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March 17, 2021PAST EVENT

The Final Round? Israel Preps for 4th Election in Less than 2 Years Panel with Prof. Jonathan Rynhold and Dr. Gayil Talshir

On March 23, Israelis will head to the polls to cast their ballots in an unprecedented fourth national election in under 24 months. Will this round finally bring about a stable governing coalition, or, as the latest polls are forecasting, could the vote result in another political stalemate? Prof. Jonathan Rynhold and Dr. Gayil Talshir will discuss the […]

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February 11, 2021PAST EVENT

Israel’s Schools Start to Reopen as Infection Rates Drop: Briefing by Prof. Hagai Levine

On Tuesday night, the coronavirus cabinet approved a plan to gradually reopen the education system starting today, as the daily COVID-19 infection rate dropped significantly for the first time in weeks. Prof. Hagai Levine will discuss the decision, its possible implications, what comes next, as well as the current state of Israel’s world-leading vaccination drive. Hagai Levine is Professor […]

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February 10, 2021PAST EVENT

Iran’s Intelligence Minister: Iran May Pursue Nuclear Weapon Strategic Analysis by Col. (Res.) Dr. Ori Nissim Levy

In a rare statement made Tuesday, Iran’s intelligence minister said that his country could push for a nuclear weapon, should the international sanctions on Tehran remain in place. Nuclear defense expert Col. (Res.) Dr. Ori Nissim Levy will analyze the statement, its timing and significance, and discuss the next possible steps for Israel, the US and the […]

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