Chuck Freilich was a Senior Analyst at the Israel Ministry of Defense and a delegate at the Israeli Mission to the UN. He is now a senior fellow at the Belfer Center at Harvard's Kennedy School.
Chuck recently completed a book on Israel's national security decision making processes, "Zion's Dilemmas: How Israel Makes National Security Policy". The book was given the 2014 annual book award by the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), Israel's foremost think tank. He is now nearing completion of a new book on Israeli national security strategy and has begun co-authoring a book on Israel and the cyber threat.
He lives in Netanya Israel and spends the spring semester in the US each year, where he teaches political science at Harvard, as well as at the IDC in Herzliya.
by Gabriel Scheinmann
April 16, 2015 | Center for Security Policy
The Prospects for a Two-State Solution: A Panel Discussion
March 25, 2015 at 5:00 pm Towson, MD
Jewish Policy Center Director of Policy Gabriel Scheinmann debated Ori Nir the Director of Communications and Public Engagement for Americans for Peace Now over the possibility of a more permanent peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians in the Middle East.
Senior Director Shoshana Bryen talks to the Middle East Round Table on Your Turn with host Mike Bates on 1330AM WEBY radio on February 24, 2015.
Book Lunch: Religion, Politics, and the Origins of Palestine Refugee Relief
February 18, 2015 at 12:00 pm Jewish Policy Center Washington, DC
The JPC would like to thank Dr. Asaf Romirowsky and Dr. Alexander Joffe for their informative presentation on Palestinian refugee relief and how it impacts the Israeli-Palestinian conflict today.
Photo: Michael Johnson
Their book, "Religion, Politics, and the Origins of Palestine Refugee Relief," examines the leading role of the Quaker American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) in the United Nations relief program for Palestine Arab refugees in 1948-1950 in the Gaza Strip. It situates the operation within the context of the AFSC's attempts to exercise new influence on the separate issues of pacifism and disarmament at a time marked by US efforts to construct a Cold War security regime in the Middle East and British efforts to retain influence and bases in Arab countries.
Dr. Asaf Romirowsky is the Executive Director of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East (SPME). Trained as a Middle East historian he holds a PhD in Middle East and Mediterranean Studies from King's College London.
Dr. Alexander Joffe is a Shillman-Ginsburg Fellow at the Middle East Forum. Joffe is a writer on Israel and Jewish affairs. Trained as an archaeologist and historian, he holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern studies from the University of Arizona.
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