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Thursday, the 31st of March, 2005 at 20:00in Beith Harofeh, 2 Wingate Street, HAIFA

Monthly Meeting (MM) of the Haifa chapter of APPESI -   Prof.  Efraim Inbar  
-----Original Message-----
From: לנג ישעיהו/Dr. G.T. Lang

Aquila non captat muscas.

הובס: אדם לאדם זאב; לנג: אישה לאישה כלבה



Prof. G. T. Lang PhD., CMfgE
Professor of Industrial Engineering

The Academic College of J&S
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Sent: ג 29/03/2005 09:47 
Subject: FW: Monthly Meeting (MM) of the Haifa chapter of APPESI
----- Shalom to the Far & to the Near,
      As on all the last Thursdays of the Month, throughout the Academic Year, the Haifa Chapter of APPESI (Association of Professors for Political and Economical Strength for Israel) gather to listen to lectures and to discuss current affairs. 
     In the present gathering, we shall attend to the invited lecture of

    Prof.  Efraim Inbar  
 Bar-Ilan University

      Two Countries for two Nations?!

  The meeting will take place on  Thursday, the 31st of March, 2005 at 20:00
in Beith Harofeh,
2 Wingate Street, HAIFA
(across Beith Cholim Rotschild)

Members of the PSI and the Public are invited

                                                        Yeshayahu Lang
             Chairman of the Haifa Branch


Efraim Inbar is a Professor in Political Studies at Bar-Ilan University and the Director of its Begin-Sadat (BESA) Center for Strategic Studies.  

Born in Romania (1947), he was educated at the Hebrew University (B.A. in Political Science and English Literature) and at the University of Chicago (M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science). He served as visiting professor at Georgetown University (1991-92), at Johns Hopkins University (2004), and visiting scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (1996). Prof. Inbar was appointed as a Manfred Warner NATO Fellow (1998), was a visiting fellow at the (London) International Institute for Strategic Studies (2000), and was the recipient of the Onassis Fellowship (2003). He often lectures at institutions such as RAND, Council of Foreign Relations, Harvard, MIT, Columbia and Yale Universities.


His area of specialization is Middle Eastern strategic issues with a special interest in the politics and strategy of Israeli national security. He has written over 50 articles in professional journals. He has authored four books: Outcast Countries in the World Community (1985), War and Peace in Israeli Politics. Labor Party Positions on National Security (1991), Rabin and Israel’s National Security (1999), and The Israeli-Turkish Entente (2001), and has edited seven collections of articles.


Prof. Inbar served in the Israel Defense Force (IDF) as a paratrooper, and he is presently posted (in reserve) at the IDF College of Staff and Command. He was a member of the Political Strategic Committee of the National Planning Council and the Chair of the Committee for the National Security Curriculum at the Ministry of Education. Prof. Inbar is widely quoted in the Israeli and international press and is a columnist for the Jerusalem Post.