Events at Magen David

with Moran Stern

Fifth Installment in the MDSC "Members Teaching Members" Series

Thursday, September 11, 2014   
7:15 pm - Lobby Gathering & Refreshments
7:30 pm - Program Begins

Israel's recent Gaza campaign has become one of country's longest and most complicated wars. Consequently, a set of interesting questions emerge: How has Israel reached this point? How has the war affected Israel's society, politics, and military? What has Hamas sought to achieve? Who "won" the war? What role have regional powerhouses and the international community played? What does the future hold for Israel and the Gaza Strip? In this talk, Moran will analyze Israel's recent campaign in Gaza, while focusing on the war's social, political, and strategic implications for Israel, the Palestinians, and the greater Middle East.

This event is free to all, but registration is required. 
Register through this link or call the office at 301-770-6818

Moran Stern is an Adjunct Lecturer in the Program for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and a doctoral candidate in Government & Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park. He has previously taught at American University's Center for Israel Studies. Moran has been featured regularly in publications and news outlets ranging from The Atlantic to Al Jazeera.