Ilan Goldenberg is hoping to bring back insight about Israel’s recent military success countering Iran, to delve into the Palestinian conflict and to get a pulse of the nation on the eve of elections in a weeklong visit to his native land.
The senior fellow and director of the Middle East security program at the Center for a New American Security in Washington, D.C. will then share his observations during a Sept. 25 talk at the City Club of Cleveland.
“I think Israel has done a pretty remarkable job of finding ways to push back without escalating to the point of a major conflict,” Goldenberg said of the country’s recent military strategy in the north.
“There’s a lot of hesitancy from the U.S. military to do anything in Syria, for example,” he said.
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