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Israel and the American Presidents: Donald Trump
with Michael Doran
Tune in to the live stream on Monday, August 6, 2018 at 6:30 PM

In the first two years of his administration, President Donald Trump has already redefined the American approach to Israel and the Middle East: fulfilling his promise to move the American embassy to Jerusalem, working to dismantle the Iran nuclear deal, confronting anti-Israel sentiment at the UN, and promising to put forward a new approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. What is the larger strategy behind the Trump policy? Is it succeeding? And how does Trump’s Israel strategy fit within the history of the America-Israel relationship from Truman to Nixon to Carter to Bush?

Michael Doran is one of the world’s leading experts and most influential voices on Middle East politics and history. He held high-level White House positions in national security in the Bush administration, and he is now a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute. Please join us for a lecture and conversation on Trump and Israel.

The Mosaic lecture series is generously sponsored by Bryna and Joshua Landes.