Events | Future of the U.S.-Israel Alliance at 75

The horrific Hamas terrorist attacks of October 7th have placed our scheduled event on the U.S.-Israel alliance into a wholly new and more urgent context. The geostrategic importance of this relationship remains the same, but the need to discuss both antisemitism, which is obviously a grim problem not only in the Middle East but also here at home, and the security partnership between our two countries, particularly in terms of the savage and growing threat to us both from the Islamic Republic of Iran, and to chart a new path into the next quarter century is now an imperative.


Agenda

Introductory Remarks


Victoria Coates, Ph.D., Vice President, Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, The Heritage Foundation

Eliav Benjamin, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Israel


Session I: The U.S.-Israel Security Partnership at 75


Robert Greenway, Director, Center for National Defense, The Heritage Foundation (Moderator)

The Hon. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Senator, U.S. Senate

Victoria Coates, Ph.D., Vice President, Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, The Heritage Foundation


Session II: Enriching the U.S.-Israel Alliance by Combatting Anti-Semitism


Ellie Cohanim, Senior Fellow, Independent Women's Forum (Moderator)

The Hon. Chip Roy (R-TX), Representative, U.S. House of Representatives

Kenneth L. Marcus, Founder and Chairman, Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law

Charles Asher Small, DPhil., Founding Director and President, Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy


Session III: Keynote Address by Amb. Ronald Lauder


Amb. Ronald S. Lauder, President, World Jewish Congress


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