Natan Sachs is Director of the Brookings Institution’s Center for Middle East Policy. His research focuses on Israel’s foreign policy, its domestic politics, and on U.S.-Israeli relations. Sachs has taught at Georgetown University and was a Hewlett Fellow at Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law; a Fulbright Fellow in Indonesia; and a Visiting Fellow at Tel Aviv University’s Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies. Sachs holds a doctorate in political science from Stanford University.
Recent Publications & News
VideoEnding Gaza's Perpetual Crisis
By Ilan Goldenberg, Victoria Nuland, Hady Amr, Natan Sachs & Kevin Huggard
ReportsEnding Gaza’s Perpetual Crisis
By Hady Amr, Ilan Goldenberg, Kevin Huggard & Natan Sachs
PodcastRecommendations for US policy toward Gaza
By Ilan Goldenberg, Hady Amr, Natan Sachs & Adrianna Pita