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The New Governing Coalition and Shifts in Israeli Society: Virtual Lunchtime Panel

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Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm | Cost: FREE

Event Details

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Moderator: Janine Zacharia, Carlos Kelly McClatchy Lecturer, Stanford University

Panel Participants: Rami Zeedan, Assistant Professor, University of Kansas

Tal Schneider, Diplomatic & Political correspondent, Globes Newspaper and Times of Israel

Noah Efron, Chair, Program on Science, Technology, and Society, Bar-Ilan University; Host, The Promised Podcast, TLV1

Join us for a virtual panel on Israel’s new governing coalition and the insights it provides on Israeli society. Janine Zacharia will moderate a lively discussion — with Rami Zeedan, Tal Schneider, and Noah Efron — about the current government and its very broad coalition, the challenges and opportunities this arrangement has created, some reflections to date on mistakes and successes, and a significant engagement with the shifts in Israeli society that are reflected through this new governing coalition.

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Cost: FREE
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