What happens AFTER Annapolis?

with Daniel Levy
Thursday, November 29 at 9pm ET/8pm CT/7pm MT/6pm PT

Please join Daniel Levy, Senior Fellow and Director of the Middle East Policy Initiative at the New America Foundation and the lead Israeli drafter of the Geneva Initiative, for an in-depth analysis of the Annapolis peace conference, which is scheduled for this Tuesday. He will discuss what comes next for Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, focusing in particular on the role of the United States and of American Jews in this process.

TO JOIN: Dial 1-218-936-1600 within 5 minutes of the call's designated start time and then enter the access code 123432#. You are responsible only for domestic long distance charges.

QUESTIONS: The presentation will be followed by an extensive question-and-answer session open to all participants. Please send brief questions before or during the call to townhall@btvshalom.org.

Recommended Reading:

Annapolis and Beyond: What (Not) to Expect. New America Foundation and the International Crisis Group.  Video and Audio from the Nov. 20th event w/Daniel Levy and others.

No Turning Back, by Steve Masters and Rob Levy. Brit Tzedek v'Shalom. Nov. 18, 2007.

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Annapolis and After. A Report from The International Crisis Group.  Nov. 20, 2007.

Brit Tzedek Annapolis Conference Resource Page


Daniel Levy is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Prospects for Peace Initiative at The Century Foundation and a Senior Fellow and Director of the Middle East Initiative at the New America Foundation.

During the Barak Government, he worked in the Prime Minister's Office as special adviser and head of the Jerusalem Affairs unit under Minister Haim Ramon. He also worked as senior policy adviser to former Israeli Minister of Justice, Yossi Beilin. He was a member of the official Israeli delegation to the Taba negotiations with the Palestinians in January 2001, and previously served on the negotiating team to the “Oslo B” Agreement from May to September 1995, under Prime Minister Rabin. In 2003, he worked as an analyst for the International Crisis Group Middle East Program. Daniel was the lead Israeli drafter of the Geneva Initiative and prior to joining The Century Foundation and New America Foundation was directing policy planning and international relations at the Geneva Campaign Headquarters in Tel Aviv.

Levy received a Bachelors and Masters with Honors from King’s College, Cambridge; he was awarded prizes in Social and Political Science and was Scholar of the College. He served as World Chairman of the World Union of Jewish Students in Jerusalem from 1991 to 1994 and as Projects Director for the Economic Co-operation Foundation, a policy planning think-tank in Tel Aviv. He has published extensively in a broad range of publications including Ha’aretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Boston Globe, United Press International, The American Prospect, The Washington Monthly, The International Herald Tribune, and more.

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