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The Middle East in Crisis: A View from Israel

| October 9, 2014

Ethics in Security Interview Series

DAVID SPEEDIE: I'm David Speedie, director of the program on U.S. Global Engagement at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. This is another in our series of Ethics in Security bulletins and I'm delighted to welcome today back to the Carnegie Council, Charles Freilich.

Charles is a senior fellow at the Belfer Center at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and he also teaches at Tel Aviv University. He was previously a deputy national security advisor for Israel, a senior analyst in the Israeli Ministry of Defense, a policy advisor to cabinet minister, and a delegate of the Israeli Mission to the United Nations. He has also been the executive director of two non-profits, Israel's Zahavi Association, and the Golda Meir Association in the United States.

Quite a compendious background, Chuck, and welcome back to the Carnegie Council....

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For Academic Citation: Freilich, Charles D. and David C. Speedie. "The Middle East in Crisis: A View from Israel." Ethics in Security Interview Series, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, October 9, 2014.