The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites you to a live event (webinar) in honor of the opening of the academic year and to welcome the new cohort of junior research fellows at the Truman Institute:
“The 2020 Elections: The Impact of US Policy on the Middle East and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”
The event will be held on Tuesday, October, 20, from 20:00-21:30 (Israel time).
With the participation of:
> Peter Beinart, Journalist and Professor of Journalism at The City University of New York
> Lahav Harkov, Diplomatic correspondent & Senior Contributing Editor at The Jerusalem Post
> MK Yousef Jabareen, PhD, The Joint List
> Dr. Ronny Regev, Department of History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Moderated by: Emmanuelle Elbaz-Phelps, Journalist and TV Host, Channel 11 (Kaan) and The Knesset Channel
*** The event will be held in English.
Please register in advance: https://bit.ly/trumanweb
How will the US election results affect Israeli policy regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
What US foreign policy shift in the Middle East should we expect if we see a change in the governing administration?
What would a Biden or Trump presidency mean for further Arab state normalization with Israel or the Iranian nuclear threat?
What are similarities, differences, and insights we can draw from social and political polarization in both the US and Israel?
How has the pandemic brought social cleavages to the fore in new ways, and what shared lessons might the US and Israel be able to draw from this?
The Truman Institute invites the public to participate in this discussion, to hear Israeli, Palestinian, and American perspectives on what will happen here and in the region.
The webinar will be held on Zoom and broadcast live on the Truman Institute’s Facebook page.
Participants are welcome to submit questions during the event for the panelists to address.