This webinar is one in a series of APN briefings on West Bank annexation. It features Ambassador Daniel Shapiro, the United States’ former ambassador to Israel and currently a distinguished visiting fellow at Israel’s Institute for National Security Studies (INSS).
Dan Shapiro served as US ambassador to Israel under President Obama between 2011 and 2017, one of the longest serving ambassadors to Israel. In that role, he participated in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, in U.S.-Israeli discussions on the Iran nuclear deal, and in negotiations on U.S. military assistance to Israel. Prior to that he was Senior Director for the Middle East and North Africa at the National Security Council at the White House.
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This is an edited version of an APN webinar, one in a series of briefings on West Bank annexation. It features Khalil Shikaki, the leading Palestinian pollster and political analyst. Shikaki accompanied his prepared remarks with a computerized presentation comprised of three slides. Here are the slides:
This story by Gideon Levy is part of APN’s Virtual Dove series, a collection of stories told by practitioners in the field of Israeli-Palestinian relations, stories that highlight the human and the humanity in this conflict.
The current batch of stories features Israeli journalists who covered or are covering Palestinian affairs for Israeli media organizations.
Gideon Levy has for the past 22 years been writing about Palestinian affairs for Israel’s Haaretz newspaper.
This story by Anat Saragusti is a part of APN’s Virtual Dove series, a collection of stories told by practitioners in the field of Israeli-Palestinian relations, stories that highlight the human and the humanity in this conflict.
The current batch of stories features Israeli journalists who covered or cover Palestinian affairs for Israeli media organizations.
This story by Oren Cohen, the former Palestinian affairs correspondent of the daily newspaper Hadashot, is a part of APN’s Virtual Dove series, a collection of stories told by practitioners in the field of Israeli-Palestinian relations, stories that highlight the human and the humanity in the conflict.
This conversation with award-winning Haaretz journalist Amira Hass serves as an introduction to the second installment of our Virtual Dove series of stories about Israeli-Palestinian relations told by practitioners in this field. The second part of the Virtual Dove features three Isralei correspondents who covered (or still cover) Palestinian affairs for Israeli news organizations.
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This episode is an edited version of an APN briefing call held on June 11th 2020 with Israeli Knesset Member Merav Michaeli of the Labor Party. The briefing call is one in a series on the Israeli government's planned annexation of parts of the West Bank.
Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin. Dahlia is a public opinion expert and an international political and strategic consultant, as well as a scholar and a writer. In this episode, she talks about Israeli public opinion regarding West Bank annexation and about a new study she authored which offers a set of recommendations for a practical solution to the Palestinian refugee problem, known as the Palestinian right of return.
Dahlia’s bio: https://tcf.org/experts/dahlia-scheindlin/
PeaceCast’s previous episode with Dahlia: https://peacenow.org/entry.php?id=30761#.XtVaIjpKiUk
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PeaceCast’s co-produced episode with the Tel Aviv Review: https://peacenow.libsyn.com/73-covering-the-conflict-from-dc
Dahlia’s study on the right of return: https://tcf.org/content/report/neither-intractable-unique-practical-solution-palestinian-right-return/
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