In 2020 nothing has gone the way we expected. But at the Jewish Policy Center we’ve brought our message to a wider audience, while engaging our members in new ways, online and off.
This #GivingTuesday we need your help to continue providing cutting-edge analysis and insight to policymakers, political leaders, and the Jewish community worldwide.
We’ve adapted, turning our lunches into webinars, starting in March, with Dan Blumenthal on China’s COVID-19 Response. Since transitioning away from our traveling Policy Forums the JPC has reached thousands of people online with a long list of leading scholars discussing the latest trends and events including:
- Arsen Ostrovsky on sovereignty in Judea and Samaria,
- Israeli BG Yossi Kuperwasser (ret) on the Abraham Accords,
- BG Asaf Orion (res) on Israel’s relations with China,
- Ilan Berman on U.S. Iran Policy.
We’re thrilled that you’ve been reading inSIGHT, inFOCUS, inCONTEXT, plus our blogs: Frontline Defense, and Alliance Tracker; and following us on Twitter. You’ve been ahead of the curve on:
- Israel’s security and U.S.-Israel security cooperation
- China’s overseas expansion, and
- Turkey’s rise as an Islamist power and Russia’s response
The JPC does more than publish. Throughout the pandemic, we have participated in online working groups on Capitol Hill; offered informed commentary on radio; and provided our own experts for Jewish organizations and synagogues holding online events.
We’re small, but we punch above our weight. As a premier American Jewish think tank, we play an outsized role in current policy debates.
We can’t do any of this without you – our members and supporters.
This #GivingTuesday, please make a gift to the Jewish Policy Center that will enable us to continue our efforts to keep America strong and prosperous, and Israel secure.
Senior Director, Jewish Policy Center
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