Tag Archives: Tzipi Livni

Tantalizing Incoherence of Trump’s Israel Policy

As Donald Trump’s administration began to take shape, most of its initial appointments and pronouncements portended disaster for the likelihood of Israel forging peace with the Palestinians and its regional neighbors.  Israel’s rightist forces — both within Prime Minister Netanyahu’s government …

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Tzipi Livni at NYU — Dovish Centrist

New York University’s Taub Center for Israel Studies sponsored a talk by Tzipi Livni on September 21.  A former minister of both justice and foreign affairs in Kadima and Likud-led governments, Livni almost became prime minister in 2009 but could not pull together a …

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Overview of HaaretzQ Conference

As explained at its outset, the “Q” in the “HaaretzQ” conference stands for questioning, and all of the panel discussions were framed in the form of a question being addressed by the speakers.  HaaretzQ was the joint creation of the …

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