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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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Mar 05, 2015

On Wednesday, March 3, at 11 AM ET, IPF hosted a call with Ilan Goldenberg, Senior Fellow and Director of the Middle East Security program at the Center for New American Security, to discuss the Iranian nuclear negotiations, as well as the future of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. 

Mar 04, 2015

Center for New American Studies Middle East Security Security Program Ilan Goldenberg lays out nine lessons and recommendations that should inform future negotiations.

Mar 03, 2015

Israel Policy Forum (IPF) has been deeply concerned by the partisanship in Washington sparked by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress this morning.

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For years, we tended to paper over a fundamental policy difference between Israel and the United States. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu long has talked about the need to dismantle fully Iran’s nuclear infrastructure that he describes as constituting an existential threat to Israel, while President Obama’s language consistently called for preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.