“After the Israeli Election: What’s Next?” will be the subject of a conversation with former Hebrew University political science department chair Reuven Hazan. Now that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will continue in office, what does the future hold for Israel? For peace negotiations? Professor Hazan will offer answers to these questions and more.
His expertise centers on the historical and current analysis of democratic institutions, specifically placing Israeli democracy in perspective. Professor Hazan was closely involved in reforming Israel’s electoral system and continues to advise Israel’s leading politicians on the restructuring of its legislative branch. He collaborates with Israel’s top think tanks, serves as a consultant for several political parties, is often called upon to testify in the Israeli parliament and has served on the Presidential Commission on the Structure of Government in Israel.
Professor Hazan is a frequent commentator on CNN, FOX, BBC, NPR and other networks, providing insight into the latest developments in Israeli politics. He has been quoted in magazines such as Time and Newsweek and in newspapers across North America from The Los Angeles Times to The Wall Street Journal.
The free event is sponsored by the Israel Engagement Task Force of Temple Shalom and Friends of Hebrew University.+ More... - Less...
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