The Taub Center for Israel Studies at New York University presents:
Israel and America: The Special Relationship
This series will feature three speakers who have played important roles in shaping and analyzing the diplomatic relationship between Israel and America.
Thursday – April 8, 2010
Walter Russell Mead, Council for Foreign Relations
"Does Israel Need a Lobby in America?"
Thursday – April 15, 2010
Aaron David Miller, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
"The U.S., Israel and American Jews: A Negotiator Looks Back"
Thursday – April 22, 2010
Itamar Rabinovich, New York University
"Israel and America: Where We Stand Now"
All Lectures will take place at:
19 University Place – Lecture Hall 102
New York City, NY
This series is free and open to the public, but space is limited. RSVP required.
Please RSVP to: email@example.com or call (212) 998-8981
I HOPE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISRAEL AND USA WILL GO SOUR . I HOPE THE ISRAEL WILL UNDERSTAND THAT USA NOT THE FRIEND THIS BASE ON INTEREST . ISRAEL INEXPERIENCE TO UNDERSTAND HOW RELAY THE WORLD WORK .
ACTUALLY FROM EVERY BAD THING COME OUT GOOD .
YES WE THE ISRAELI THAT HAVE TO BE SLAVE PAY TAXES DONT HAVE WHERE TO BUILD HOUSES WILL PAYING THE HIGH PRICES FOR THE WAY OUR POLITICIAN HANDLING EVERYTHING.
LET MAKE CLEAR IF USA and the european PUT PRICE TAG AND COME TELL US WHAT TO DO WHERE TO BUILD THAN BETTER NO RELATIONSHIP AT ALL
I think you’ve got your soapbox in the wrong place.
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