Washington, DC
October 25, 2012

The US Presidential Election: Perspectives from the Arab Middle East with Daniel Zisenwine

A capacity crowd filled the conference room at the Venable LLP law firm to hear Tel Aviv University's Dr. Daniel Zisenwine, Research Fellow at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies, discuss the upcoming US election and its significance for the Arab Middle East.

Venable LLP partner Ron Glancz welcomed a group of attorneys, researchers, and policymakers; members of Jewish community groups; business professionals from a wide range of fields; and TAU alumni.

Dr. Zisenwine explored the election from the viewpoints of the different countries in the Middle East, prompting a lively Q&A. The event was presented in collaboration with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington.

Daniel Zisenwine and Ron Glancz
Daniel Zisenwine and Ron Glancz

Daniel Zisenwine and Lisa Wishman
Daniel Zisenwine and Lisa Wishman

Dottie Bennett
Dottie Bennett

Arielle Poleg of the JCRC
Arielle Poleg of the JCRC

Howard Shatz
Howard Shatz

Samuel Spector
Samuel Spector

Stan Wolf
Stan Wolf

Michael Toumayan and Jessica Moses
Michael Toumayan and Jessica Moses

Lilach Cohen-Holden (left) and Barbara Beach (right)
Lilach Cohen-Holden (left) and
Barbara Beach (right)

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