Solutionism on Settlements

A Zionism of Excuses

The Unilateral Bibi

IPF Urges Obama, Netanyahu: Work Together to Preserve the Goal of Two States

Does What Palestinians Want Matter?

Missing Yitzhak Rabin: Twenty Years After His Assassination

When Zionists Boycott

Haj al-Husseini and Holocaust Hucksterism

Lapid to IPF: Time For A Regional Initiative

IPF Program with MK Yair Lapid, Philip Gordon and Jonathan Alter

Michael Koplow Joining Israel Policy Forum as Washington-based Policy Director

Ugly Summer for U.S. Jews as Iran Debate Morphs Into War

Time To Mend U.S.-Israel Relations

After Deal, Discreet US-Israel Dialogue Needed

IPF Conference Call on Iran with Robert Einhorn

Seeking the Center

Israel Policy Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that provides resources and advocacy for a strong, Jewish and democratic state at peace with its neighbors.  IPF convenes forums and publishes commentary and analysis that promote pragmatic strategies for achieving regional peace and security. IPF mobilizes policy experts and community leaders to build support for those ideas in the U.S. and Israel.


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Nov 24, 2015

By Martin Raffel

This article was published in The Times of Israel.

The following is an excerpt of the speech that I gave to the Dallas Federation on November 20, 2015 on healing the Jewish community’s wounds following the bitter debate surrounding the Iran nuclear deal:

Nov 24, 2015

By Michael J. Koplow

Life involves tradeoffs at every turn, and so does foreign policy. The perfect often becomes the enemy of the good, and pragmatic solutions require jettisoning principles. So too in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, where each side must at times set aside deeply held beliefs and principles in order to achieve a realistic balance on the ground. 

Nov 23, 2015

By Jonathan Alter

This article was published in The Daily Beast.

From Iran to ISIS, Israel’s interests now align closely with Arab states’. But to cooperate, Arab states want to see movement toward peace.

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On Wednesday, September 30th, IPF hosted a discussion on US-Israel relations, security challenges and diplomatic opportunities with MK Yair Lapid, Chairman of the Yesh Atid Party; Philip Gordon, Former White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and Gulf Region; and Jonathan Alter, of the Daily Beast and MSNBC.