Israel’s Security at 70

70 years after Israel’s independence, the Jewish state faces a Middle East landscape that grows more complicated by the day. To help unpack the latest developments, Israel Policy Forum and Anshe Emet Synagogue are offering this timely and important program in partnership with the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and Commanders for Israel’s Security (CIS).

Over the course of an opening plenary and choice of two break-out sessions, guests will get an array of viewpoints from leading analysts and former government officials on Israeli Security, Israel’s role in the Middle East region, and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.

Keynote Speaker

Danny Yatom

Director of Mossad,

Member of Knesset,

Panel I: Regional Threats & Opportunities

• Moderated by Michael Koplow: Policy Director, Israel Policy Forum

• Elisa Catalano Ewers: Fmr. Senior Director for Middle East and North Africa, National Security Council; Senior Adjunct Fellow, CNAS

• Ilan Goldenberg: Policy Adviser, Israel Policy Forum; Director, Middle East Security Program, CNAS

• Chuck Freilich: Fmr. Israeli Deputy National Security Adviser; Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs

• Nicholas Heras: Fellow, Middle East Security Program, CNAS

Panel II: The Israeli-
Palestinian File

• Moderated by David A. Halperin: Executive Director, Israel Policy Forum

• Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Amnon Reshef: Founder & Chairman, Commanders for Israel’s Security

• Khaled Elgindy: Fellow, Brookings Institution; Fmr. Adviser to Negotiations, Palestinian Authority

• Polly Bronstein: Founder & CEO, Darkenu

• Richard Goldberg: Senior Advisor, Foundation for Defense of Democracies

Anshe Emet Synagogue - 3751 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60613

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IPF Atid Young Professionals Track

Join a special IPF Atid young professionals programming track, including exclusive, intimate engagements with speakers from the main event. All attendees under 40 will be automatically registered for our IPF Atid young professionals track, in which participants will get to intimately engage with visiting speakers and workshops. 

If you have any questions please contact Shanie Reichman at 212-315-1741.
We look forward to seeing you on April 29.