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April 11, 2013

Israel and the Rise of Asia with Dr. Henry Kissinger

Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, the legendary US Secretary of State, offered a thought-provoking talk on Asia and the Middle East at a private reception on April 11th in Manhattan, presented by American Friends of Tel Aviv University. The centerpiece of the Fourth Annual Seminar of Tel Aviv University's Harold Hartog School of Government and Policy, it commemorated the memory of Gad Ya’acobi, one of the founders of the Israeli Labor Party.

The evening was hosted by Stanley M. Bergman, Chair of the International Advisory Board of the Hartog School, his wife Marion, also a member of the International Advisory Board of the Hartog School, Tal Sadeh, Head of the Hartog School, and Esther Bachrach-Yaacobi, member of the International Advisory Board of the Harold Hartog School. It was attended by guests from the United States, Canada, and Israel, including: The Hon. Ido Aharoni, Consul General of Israel in New York; the Hon. Kenneth Taylor, Canadian Ambassador to Iran in 1977-1980; the Hon. Amiram Magid, Ambassador of Israel to the Caribbean States and Special Political Advisor to the Israeli Mission at the United Nations; the Hon. Shlomi Kofman, Deputy Consul General of Israel in New York; the Hon. Obiageli (Oby) Ezekwesili, former Vice President of the World Bank and former Nigerian Minister of Education; and Prof. Jacob Frenkel, Chairman of Tel Aviv University's International Board of Governors.

 

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