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Economic Diplomacy Two part lecture series with Dr Norman Bailey
Dr. Norman Bailey is a graduate of Oberlin College and Columbia University. His national security and intelligence experience includes strategic intelligence and joint operational planning in the US army. He served on the staff of the National Security Council in the White House during the Reagan administration and held a senior staff position in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in the George W. Bush administration. He is currently a senior researcher at the Center for National Security Studies at Haifa University. He will be giving a two-part lecture series: Economics in the Current International Situation and Where Israel Fits In
7.30pm Sunday 29 October
A discussion of the significant changes in international relations in the past several years and their influence on international economic strategies of countries and non-state actors and Implications for intelligence gathering and analysis.
7.30pm Sunday 12 November
A discussion of the negative and positive strategies utilized in economic statecraft for the implementation of external policies of countries and non-state actors and counter-measures available.
Members early-bird special for both lectures NIS 55
Individual lectures:
Members pre-paid NIS 30  Members at Door NIS 40  Non-members NIS 50

Contemporary Anti-Semitism in the UK Guest Lecturer: Dr. David Hirsh 7.30pm Monday 6 November
David Hirsh BSc MA PhD is a Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and the founder of Engage, a campaign against academic boycotts of Israel. He is a graduate of City University and holds an MA in Philosophy and Social Theory and a PhD from Warwick University. In his youth, David was an activist in the National Organization of Labour Students, but he has recently played a leading role in exposing contemporary anti-Semitism in the UK, which often masquerades behind commonplace criticism of Israel. His particular interest is in challenging “the ways that people on the left, people who consider themselves to be liberals and anti-racists, trade unionists, are thinking about Zionism and Jews.”
He has written that he was shocked when academic colleagues in his own union not only voted to boycott Israel but failed to understand why it was wrong to single out Israeli Jews and no-one else for exclusion. He has dedicated his website Engage to encouraging and educating Jews and non-Jews to recognize and oppose anti-Semitism, whenever and wherever it appears.
David will give an overview of anti-Semitism in British Institutions and will talk about his new book Contemporary Left Anti-Semitism.
Members pre-paid NIS 40 Members at Door NIS 50 Non-members NIS 60

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