Are Palestinian Security Forces Required for Peace and What Will Israel’s New Government Look Like?

Danny Seamen is Director of MEF-Israel and a 31-year veteran of the Israeli government, having served as Director of the Government Press Office and Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs. Since retiring from government, Mr. Seaman has been a media consultant and worked as bureau chief of Voice of Israel, an English language Talk Radio station, as well as editor of English language content at Mida.org.il, an online conservative Israeli current affairs and opinion magazine.

Neri Zilber is a journalist and analyst on Middle East politics and culture, and an adjunct fellow of The Washington Institute. Prior to joining the Institute, he was a Tel Aviv-based fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs from 2011 to 2013, traveling throughout Israel, the West Bank, and Jordan. In addition to reportage and commentary on Middle East affairs, Zilber consults for the private sector on regional political and economic risk. Previously, he worked as a researcher and analyst at the U.S. Library of Congress and the World Jewish Congress.

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