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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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Feb 11, 2016

By Michael J. Koplow

Labor leader Buji Herzog did something unusual this week for a man who leads Israel’s traditionally largest party on the left. 

Feb 10, 2016

By Martin Raffel

In responding to Gary Rosenblatt’s column (“Frustration with Israel is Growing Here at Home,” Jan. 8), Gerald Steinberg of NGO Monitor accuses American Jews and our leaders (“Why Israel Is Frustrated With American Jewish Leaders,” Jan. 29) of “only listening to marginal voices in Israel” and “missing the big picture.” Steinberg is wrong on both counts.

Feb 04, 2016

By Michael J. Koplow

There has been much sound and fury over the past couple of weeks over labeling; more specifically, over the labeling rules for goods coming into the United States that are produced in the West Bank. 

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On Wednesday, September 30th, IPF hosted a discussion on US-Israel relations, security challenges and diplomatic opportunities with MK Yair Lapid, Chairman of the Yesh Atid Party; Philip Gordon, Former White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and Gulf Region; and Jonathan Alter, of the Daily Beast and MSNBC.