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IPF Atid Briefing & Conversation: Ramifications of Annexation

09oct6:30 pm8:00 pmIPF Atid Briefing & Conversation: Ramifications of Annexation

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Join IPF Atid and visiting experts Michael Koplow and Col. Shaul Arieli for an informative and engaging evening. Our conversation will be accompanied by a new policy report that analyzes the security, economic, and political costs of an Israeli annexation of parts or all of the West Bank.

6:30PM – Doors Open
7:00PM – Program

For exact location address in downtown Chicago, please RSVP to Shanie at sreichman@ipforum.org. Light refreshments to be served. Program open only to young professionals in their 20s/30s.

Col. (Ret.) Shaul Arieli, a Senior Advisor at the ECF and member of the Steering Committee of Commanders for Israel’s Security, is one of Israel’s foremost experts on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He is considered a leading voice on the history and future demarcation of Israel’s borders, on the route of the Security Barrier in the West Bank, and on the history of negotiations between Israel and the PLO.

Michael Koplow is the Policy Director of Israel Policy Forum. Before coming to IPF, he was the founding Program Director of the Israel Institute from 2012 to 2015. He holds a Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown University, where he specialized in political development and ideology, and the politics of Middle Eastern states. In 2012-13 he served as a Young Turkey Young America fellow through the Atlantic Council’s Young Atlanticist program. He writes Israel Policy Forum’s weekly Koplow Column and edits the Israel Policy Exchange, a leading source for commentary and analysis on Israel and American Jewry. His work has appeared in Security Studies, Foreign Affairs, The Wall Street Journal, The National Interest, Foreign Policy, The American Interest, and The Atlantic, among other publications. In addition to his Ph.D., he holds a B.A. from Brandeis University, a J.D. from New York University, and an A.M. in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University.



October 9, 2018 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CDT(GMT+00:00)


Downtown Chicago, exact address provided upon RSVP

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