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Israel at a Dangerous Crossroad

co-sponsored by StandWithUs

Tuesday, March 19, 7:30PM

Hezbollah soldiers in southern Lebanon in 2002. Credit to NYTimes.

Hezbollah soldiers in southern Lebanon in 2002. Credit to NYTimes.

Join us for an extraordinary conversation with Aaron David Miller and Bret Stephens on prospects for peace, confrontation or containment of Iran, the Arab Winter in Syria and Egypt, and Hamas, Hezbollah and the next war. Aaron David Miller is a public policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and a peace negotiator to six US presidents. Bret Stephens is the former editor of the Jerusalem Post and currently writes for the "Global View" column of the Wall Street Journal.


Moderated by Dr. Eric Mandel, Northeast Co-Chair of StandWithUs and Director of the Middle East Politcal and Information Network.


This event is free but RSVP is required. To RSVP or for more information, contact or 212-351-3440.

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