Modern Tribes of Israeli Politics

Speaker: Amir Tibon, Washington, D. C. Correspondent for Haaretz


For the first time in Israel's 70-year history, the country has gone to three elections in the course of less than a year. What are the roots of this political and legal crisis? Why has no solution emerged? And could Israel's internal rifts lead to even a fourth or fifth election? Join us for a conversation with award-winning Israeli journalist Amir Tibon, the Washington correspondent for Haaretz newspaper, who will talk about how social and religious divisions in Israel are shaping the country's fractured political system. Amir spoke with IBF last year ahead of Israel's "first" election of 2019; he will return on again to talk about the latest events in the country - and what comes next. 





About the speaker:


Amir Tibon is an award-winning Israeli journalist who is currently the Washington, D.C. correspondent for Haaretz newspaper. He covers the U.S.-Israel relationship, the Middle East peace process and the American Jewish community. His reporting on Israel and the Middle East has appeared in The Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, Politico Magazine, The New Yorker, Tablet Magazine and other leading U.S. publications. His first book, a biography of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, was published in 2017. Amir served in the IDF Intelligence Corps as an Arabic language specialist. He has reported from conflict zones in Syria, Ukraine and eastern Turkey.



Event Details

Event date: 02-06-2020
Event End Date: 01-08-2020
Cut off date 02-06-2020
Individual Price Free
Time 6:30PM - Networking Reception
7:00PM - Introductions
7:05pm- Presentation and Q&A
Location ZAG/Sullivan
1633 Broadway
New York, NY
Event Language Event will be conducted in English
Event registration is closed
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