Maj. Gen. (ret.) Amos Yadlin on Negotiations at Crossroads

IPF will deeply miss Ambassador Samuel W. Lewis

IPF Applauds Netanyahu's Support for Regional Peace

A Conversation on Israel's Future with Isaac 'Bougie' Herzog

150+ US Jewish leaders express support for continuing talks

Secretary of State Kerry Deserves Respect and Gratitude

IPF statement on Iran interim accord and proposed legislation

Former Admin Official Robert Einhorn speaks to IPF on Iran

IPF urges Netanyahu to repudiate Yaalon comments, support Kerry

IPF Mourns the Passing of Ariel Sharon z"l

IPF Applauds Secretary Kerry's Decision to Propose Framework Agreement

EU Special Envoy for the Mideast Peace Process Amb. Andreas Reinicke Speaks with IPF

On Mideast Security, the U.S. Has Only Just Begun

IPF Scholar: U.S. Allies Need Reassurance on Iran

Kerry warns of violence and isolation if peace talks fail

Yair Lapid & Charlie Rose at the 92Y

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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Apr 18, 2014

Those of us who work for and seek a resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict lost a dear friend and colleague on Friday. Ron Pundak, 59, passed away after a long and courageous battle against cancer.

Apr 18, 2014

This week, violent outbreaks plagued the Middle East, brewing discussion and tension. On Monday night, a gunman from the West Bank killed off-duty police officer Baruch Mizrachi as he was on his way to a Passover seder with his family. Clashes between the IDF and Palestinians in the West Bank also continued throughout the week. Amidst the violence, on Thursday, US Special Envoy Martin Indyk met with Israeli and Palestinian negotiators and is scheduled to continue talks today with each party separately. On Tuesday, Israeli ministers from the Labor and Meretz parties met with PA President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the current state of the talks. 

Apr 11, 2014

In the aftermath of the Palestinian Authority’s decision to submit 15 applications to UN agencies and Israel’s refusal to release the fourth group of prisoners, tensions between both sides have been running high this week. Nevertheless, several reports have indicated that the American team is fervently working to bring the Israelis and Palestinians to the table and taking steps toward reaching an agreement outlining the continuation of negotiations. This week, Economy Minister Naftali Bennett and others in government have threatened that they will leave the coalition if the prisoners are indeed released. On Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry met with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to discuss the current situation as well as its future.

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On Wednesday, April 9 at 2 PM ET IPF hosted an on-the-record conversation with Jeffrey Goldberg, columnist for Bloomberg View, on the latest developments concerning the US-led negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.