Watch: WJC panel on Israel, the Palestinians and the ME

Law Lecturers Amichai Magen, Harel Ben-Ari discuss liberal Democracy, state failure; Livni, Ayalon also set to address Jerusalem conference.

June 19, 2011 19:09
WJC 2010 gathering in Jerusalem

WJC gathering. (photo credit: Sasson Tiram)


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A distinguished panel was scheduled to address the annual meeting of the Governing Board of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) in Jerusalem on Tuesday.

Participating in the panel entitled: Israel, the Palestinians and the Middle East: Between Liberal Democracy and State Failure, are Stanford University law lecturer Amichai Magen, Bar-Ilan University law lecturer Harel Ben-Ari, World Jewish Diplomatic Corps member Lisa Levy and Hudson Institute visiting fellow Elizabeth Samson.

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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, opposition leader Tzipi Livni and Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon will also address the conference.

During the three-day meeting, the Governing Board will elect a new secretary-general of the WJC to succeed Michael Schneider. The WJC Executive has unanimously nominated the respected foreign policy expert from Israel, Daniel Diker, for the most senior WJC professional position.

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