Dan Schueftan: Changes of the Israeli Security Situations and Israeli Government’s Response (October 13)
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Speaker: Dan Schueftan (University of Haifa, Israel)

Date: October13, 2015 – Tuesday

Time: 10:00-11:30

Venue: Room 704, MESI, Bld6, Hongkou Campus, SISU

Language: English

Speaker Biography: Dr. Dan Schueftan is the Director of the National Security Studies Center at the University of Haifa, a Senior Lecturer at the School of Political Sciences there, and at the Israel Defense Forces National Defense College. For the 2012-14 academic years he is a Visiting Professor at the Department of Government, Georgetown University in Washington DC. For the last four decades he has been a consultant to Israeli decision makers and to the top echelon of Israel's national security establishment as well as briefing senior political leaders and officials in the United States and Europe.

Dr. Schueftan has published extensively on contemporary Middle Eastern history, with emphasis on Arab-Israeli relations, Inter-Arab politics and American policy in the Middle East. His books cover a wide variety of topics: A Jordanian Option - Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians (1986); Attrition: Egypt's Post War Political Strategy 1967-1970 (1989); Disengagement - Israel and the Palestinian Entity (1999) and Palestinians in Israel - the Arab Minority and the Jewish State (2011).