Israel's Crises: Democracy and War
Join AGS and the Duke Center for Jewish Studies on October 25 for a conversation with Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin, the author of the recently published The Crooked Timber of Democracy in Israel: Promise Unfulfilled, moderated by Bruce Jentleson, the William Preston Few Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Political Science. RSVP at ags.duke.edu. Livestream also available. Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin is a political scientist, a public opinion expert and a political consultant. She has advised nine national election campaigns in Israel since 1999, and has worked in fifteen other countries as well. In Israel, her research focuses on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, foreign policy, democracy, human rights and civil rights, political analysis, and comparative conflict analysis. Dr. Scheindlin has regional expertise in the Balkans and Eastern Europe, post-conflict societies and transitional democracies. She holds a PhD from Tel Aviv University; she is a policy fellow at The Century Foundation, a regular columnist at Haaretz (English), and a foreign affairs analyst on the BBC television program, Context; she is among the founders of +972 Magazine and has co-hosted several podcasts including the Tel Aviv Review of Books and Election Overdose. She lives in Tel Aviv.
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