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Chuck Freilich: The Future of Israeli Security

Thursday, October 18, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Chuck Freilich

National security is critical to Israel, but the country has no formal national security strategy. Church Freilich, a former Deputy Israeli National Security Advisor and current Harvard Kennedy School professor, wants to change this. Come hear his place for a strategy in an era of new technology, new policy, and the changing nature of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Chuck Freilich is a senior fellow in the Belfer Center's International Security Program and a former Israeli deputy national security advisor. His most recent book is Israeli National Security: A New Strategy for an Era of Change (Oxford, 2018). He was a 2007 Ira Weiner Fellow at The Washington Institute, where he published the study Speaking about the Unspeakable: U.S.-Israeli Dialogue on Iran's Nuclear Program.

We are pleased to be co-sponsoring this event with J Street U at Duke, the Israel Policy Forum, Israel on campus coalition, Duke Asian and Middle Easter Studies, Duke Department of Political Science, American Grand Strategy and the Student Organization Finance Committee.

Contact: Alex Frumkin