Re-posted from the University of Haifa newsletter.
Dr. Dan Schueftan, Director of the National Security Studies Center and Head of the MA National Security Studies shared his insight about the security of Israel with enthusiastic audiences at recent American Society of the University of Haifa in the US. He spoke at a Detroit lunch co-sponsored by the Michigan-Israel Business Bridge, and at Chicago events co-sponsored by the Union League Club of Chicago and the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center.
Dr. Schueftan, covered a broad range of timely topics, from ISIS and Syria to the Iran Agreement and U.S.-Israeli relations. He spoke to over 250 attendees in total, and cast the whole situation in new light for many: that Israel’s key assets in its fight for national security are not just military or economic might, but also the resilience and fortitude of the Israeli people, and their determination to maintain democratic ideals and ethical standards.