Will Middle Eastern conflicts be solved at a bar?
On August 2nd, listen to senior negotiator and law expert Daniel Reisner explain why some Middle Eastern conflicts remain unresolved
How do we resolve the conflicts in the Middle East? This question has been dominating global politics for decades.
Next week, come listen to one of the greatest experts in the field explain the issues over a drink.
Tel Aviv University International together with the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality presents a new series of talks to bring you current academic topics relevant for everyday life, taking place at bars around the city.
On August 2nd, the topic Conflicts, Resolutions and the Middle East, with Israeli senior negotiator and international law expert, Daniel Reisner.
Daniel Reisner spent 19 years working for the Israeli Defense Forces, and spent over a decade as head of the IDF International Law Department. He was the senior lawyer responsible for advising on and negotiating a wide variety of conflicts including the Israeli-Palestinian track (at Wye River, Camp David and Taba) and the Israeli-Jordanian Peace Accords.
Currently, he is a current lecturer on the subject of international law at the International MA Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation.
Mr. Reisner will share his views on why the Israeli-Jordanian negotiations were successful, while Israeli-Palestinian negotiations have not yet produced a peace treaty.
Join Us on Wednesday, August 2, at Dizzy Frishdon.
20:00 - Registration and Networking
20:30 - Lecture