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Panel featuring Prof. Barry Rubin, Dr. Ariel Cohen at the Herzliya Conference featuring officials, business, academic, Jewish leaders.

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The Herzliya Conference on “The Balance of Israel’s National Strength (hosen) and Security," running from February 6 to 9, 2011, is unique among the plethora of Israeli and international conferences.

The Jerusalem Post's live feed from the conference will cover speakers including President Shimon Peres, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz and IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi.

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This session will feature the following speakers:

Prof. Soli Özel, Professor of International Relations and Political Science, Bilgi University, Turkey; Dr. Michael Leigh, Director General for Enlargement, European Commission; Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller, Senior Transatlantic Fellow, German Marshall Fund, Germany; Prof. Barry Rubin, Head, GLORIA Center, IDC Herzliya; Dr. Ariel Cohen, Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation, US; Moderator: Dr. Kenneth R. Weinstein, CEO, Hudson Institute, US.



Since its inception, the Herzliya Conference has become the annual "summit meeting" of the most influential Israeli and international leaders. Participants at the Conference include: government officials, Knesset members and ministers, senior defense officials, leaders of the Israeli business community, senior academicians, media representatives from Israel and abroad, representatives from various leading Jewish organizations in the Diaspora, dignitaries from abroad and the diplomatic corps in Israel.

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