A virtual keynote with Dr. Hillel Newman, Consul General of Israel to the Pacific Southwest, about the future of U.S.-Israel relations and Israeli foreign policy.
The United States and Israel are tightly bound by way of history, as well as robust economic and security ties. Despite lacking a formal defense arrangement, the two countries have treated one another as allies through successive administrations. With the U.S. election on the horizon, Israel’s unity government may be witnessing two transitions. The first would come if Vice President Joe Biden defeats President Donald Trump in November. The second will be in October 2021, when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will step down to make way for Deputy Prime Minister & Defense Minister Benny Gantz to assume the office. Please join us as we discuss the future of U.S.-Israel relations and Israeli foreign policy.
Dr. Hillel Newman, Consul General of Israel to the Pacific Southwest
During his 20-year diplomatic service, Consul General Newman accumulated vast experience in policy formulation and decision-making at the highest levels of Israel's foreign policy establishment. He has served in several influential and critical positions including Policy Advisor to three Foreign Ministers of Israel and Ambassador of Israel to Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Read more.
Nahal Kazemi, Senior Counsel, Keller/Anderle LLP
Nahal Kazemi is a Pacific Council member and Senior Counsel at Keller/Anderle LLP, one of Southern California's premier trial boutiques. Read more.