Middle East Task Force

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Israel and the Arab Uprisings: Challenges in a Changing Middle East

January 20, 2012

 

REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY

 

Israel and the Arab Uprisings: Challenges in a Changing Middle East

Remarks to the Council on Foreign Relations:

The David Rockefeller Studies Program Roundtable Series

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Daniel Levy

Senior Research Fellow; Co-Director, Middle East Task Force, New America Foundation

The Future of Democracy in the Islamic World

February 10, 2011

Moderator: Steve Clemons, Senior Fellow, American Strategy Program, New America Foundation

Speakers:

His Excellency Anwar Ibrahim, Opposition Leader, Parliament of Malaysia 

Shibley Telhami, Nonresident Senior Fellow, The Saban Center, Brookings Institution 

Nathan Brown, Nonresident Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 

Conference Call: Turkey-Israel Imbroglio

January 14, 2010

On January 14th, Middle East Task Force Director Daniel Levy co-hosted a conference call with Ufuk Ulutaş of the SETA Foundation-DC to address the current diplomatic crisis between Israel and Turkey, next steps, the background, and the implications for the protagonists, the region, and the U.S.

New America Foundation Survey of Israeli Attitudes

  • By Gerstein/Agne Strategic Communications
December 10, 2009

The results of New America Foundation’s national survey of 1,000 Israelis reveal a very different picture from the narrative that has taken hold regarding Israeli attitudes toward President Obama and American efforts to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. Despite repeated media reports touting a “4 percent Obama approval rating” and arguments that the United States has lost the Israeli public’s support for renewed peace efforts, Israelis actually demonstrate a much more supportive and nuanced view of President Obama, and there is solid backing for an American-sponsored final status agre

Executive Summary of Israeli Poll Results

December 10, 2009

The results of New America Foundation’s national survey of 1,000 Israelis reveal a very different picture from the narrative that has taken hold regarding Israeli attitudes toward President Obama and American efforts to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict.

New America Foundation Israel Survey Analysis

  • By Jim Gerstein, Agne Strategic Communications
December 10, 2009

The results of New America Foundation’s national survey of 1,000 Israelis reveal a very different picture from the narrative that has taken hold regarding Israeli attitudes toward President Obama and American efforts to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Letter in Support of a Comprehensive Middle East Peace

September 22, 2009

We come from varied ethnic backgrounds and religious faiths that are diverse. We are Democrats and Republicans. We are veterans of war and of the struggle for peace. Together, we are all Americans.

We find common cause in supporting strong U.S. leadership to achieve a negotiated, sustainable resolution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict – a fundamental American interest that crosses racial, ethnic and religious lines.