Alon Pinkas is
an Israeli diplomat who most recently served as Consul general of Israel
in the United States.
He has also served as Chief of Staff to Shlomo Ben-Ami and David Levy, and was
a foreign policy advisor for Ehud Barak and political advisor to Shimon Peres.
served as minister for economic
affairs at the Embassy of Israel in Washington,
negotiated the Free-Trade Area Agreement between Israel
and the US.
Ambassador Dore Gold
is President of the Jerusalem
Center for Public Affairs. He was
the eleventh Permanent Representative of Israel
to the United Nations (1997-1999). Previously he served as Foreign Policy
Advisor to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, as well as an advisor to former
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
is a Senior Fellow at the Israel
Democracy Institute, where he heads the Political Education project. Naveh was
the chairperson of the General and Interdisciplinary Studies program at Tel
between 2003 and 2007. He is a professor of US
history in the History Department at Tel
is Professor of Political
Science and Communication, Director of the Center for International
Communication and Senior Researcher at the BESA
Center for Strategic Studies - all
at Bar-Ilan University.
He is a world renowned expert on US politics and foreign policy,
American-Israeli relations, international communication and diplomacy.
the faculty at Ben-Gurion University
in Israel in
1975, where he established an Interdisciplinary Program in Urban Studies and
the Department of General Studies. In 1991 Fred became the Lynn and Lloyd Hurst
Family Professor of Local Government. He recently completed a term as Chair of
the Department of Politics and Government at BGU.
is an academic specializing in
international relations, comparative politics and diaspora politics. He
formerly headed the political science department at Tel
and from 1999-2003, was the "Goldman Visiting Professor of
Government" at Georgetown University.
At present he holds a dual-appointment at both Georgetown
is a consultant and commentator
on US affairs, and is a highly referenced source when it comes to American
political analysis and American-Israeli relations. Rafiah served in the Israeli
diplomatic service for 21 years and was Minister-Counselor at the Israeli
embassy in Washington.