With two pivotal elections over, the world’s most powerful alliance has reached a turning point.
With a re-elected President Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel, what is the way forward? Join Time Magazine’s Joe Klein and Israel’s founding editor of “Times of Israel” David Horowitz for a global town hall conversation happening in both America and Israel. The conversation will tackle the most pressing issues: evaluating the strength of American-Israeli relations with it’s current leaders, how to deal with the increasing threat of Iran and Syria, and answering questions from town hall participants in both countries.
David Horovitz is the founding editor of the online newspaper The Times of Israel. He was previously the editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post, Israel’s English-language daily, before stepping down in July 2011 after almost seven years and editor and publisher of the award-winning newsmagazine The Jerusalem Report.
Joe Klein is TIME's political columnist and author of six books, most recently Politics Lost. His weekly TIME column, "In the Arena," covers national and international affairs. In 2004 he won the National Headliner Award for best magazine column.
Miri Eisen served in the Israeli intelligence community and retired from active duty at the rank of full colonel in 2004. Over her twenty year career in the military she served as the deputy head of the combat intelligence corps, the assistant to the director of Military intelligence and as the intel officer in combat units and research departments. Miri is a member of the small group of women to achieve the rank of colonel in the Israeli Military (less than 2%).
She was appointed as the Israeli government spokesman during the second Lebanon war and then took the position of the Israeli Prime Ministers international media advisor. She served in that position until December 2007, including the challenging effort of the Annapolis conference. Miri has been Israel's face and voice, presenting Israel's case to the media worldwide.
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