13th Annual Herzliya Conference Begins Tomorrow


conferenceThe 13th Annual Herzliya Conference, held by the Institute for Policy & Strategy part of the Lauder School of Government at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya gets underway tomorrow at the Dan Accadia hotel. The Conference is the Middle East’s leading gathering on key topics such as security, foreign policy as well as international and domestic affairs.

As the State of Israel prepares for a new Government and with the constant shifts in the region’s balance of power, the Conference will be focusing on the future. Entitled “Time for New National & Regional Agendas”, the proceedings will take a hard look at the direction the Middle East is heading and offer new strategic visions.

Other important issues to be discussed by key leaders from around the world: the Iranian Nuclear Threat, The Outlook for Syria, US-European-Israeli relations, Israel’s economic forecast, Energy Policy, Cyber Security and more.

To view the schedule, click here.

The Conference’s open sessions begin tomorrow, March 11th, at 4pm. On March 12th-14th sessions begin at 11am and last until 8 or 9pm.

Proceedings will be broadcast live on the Conference’s website: www.herzliyaconference.org/eng. The site also houses a full list of panels, bios of participants and extensive background of the event

The Herzliya Conference is the flagship of the Institute of Policy and Strategy (IPS) at the Lauder School of Government of IDC Herzliya. The Herzliya Conference addresses Israel’s national agenda by encouraging public debate and influencing the country’s public policy planning. This is achieved through convening Israeli and international elite policy makers, conducting cutting edge research, fostering a global network of contacts in a public forum by attracting the best and the brightest to take part in the conference and its discussions.

{Matzav.com Israel News Bureau}