OVO-logo-crop-400A Live Online Webinar
The Israeli Elections and the Future Prospects for Peace

With Special Guest
Professor of Middle East History, Stanford University

Israel’s March 17th elections will have reverberations far beyond the borders of Israel. The outcome will effect Palestinians, Arab citizens of Israel, Iran and the United States, as well.

Tuesday, March 24
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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Even after the ballots have all been counted, it may not be clear who will form the next Israeli government. Regardless of where the complex process is, our guests will have informed and expert opinions on the future direction of Israeli politics. That political direction will have profound implications for the Palestinians, for Arab citizens of Israel, for the ongoing multinational negotiations around Iran’s nuclear energy program. And for the US, where we witnessed the Israeli elections get entangled in domestic politics like never before.

Joel Beinin is the Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History and Professor of Middle East History at Stanford. He is one of the country’s leading analysts of the Israel-Palestine conflict. In addition to his degrees from Harvard and University of Michigan, he also studied at the American University of Cairo and and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has lived, at various times, in both Egypt and Israel. His research and writing focuses on workers, peasants, and minorities in the modern Middle East and on Israel, Palestine, and the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Other guests to be announced.

Please join us for this online webinar to learn what the election results might portend for the future of peace. You can watch and listen online, or you can listen on your phone. And you’ll be able to ask questions, so join us for the conversation!

Click here for the registration form or Email us to register for this online event. Attendance is limited to 200 people.