Dilemmas and Constraints of The New Israeli Government

Date of event: 16th February 2023

Prague Center for Transatlantic Relations, CEVRO Institute hosted a discussion Dilemmas and Constraints of The New Israeli Government on Thursday, February 16 at 17:00, CEVRO Institute, Jungmannova 28, Praha 1

Discussion of Amb Mark Regev, Micky Rozin- Aharonson and Dan Scheuftan was moderated by Tomas Pojar.
The debate touched upon the problematic, constraints and dilemmas of Israeli government newly in power.
Mark Regev
Ambassador Mark Regev is currently the chair of the Abba Eban Institute for Diplomacy at Reichman University. Most recently, he was the Prime Minister’s senior advisor for foreign affairs and international communications in 2020 and 2021. Prior to this appointment,
he served as Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom from 2016 until 2020 and as the Prime Minister’s advisor and an international spokesperson from 2007 to 2016. In these roles, Ambassador Regev became one of Israel’s most prominent voices in the English-speaking world. A veteran diplomat, Ambassador Regev rose through the ranks of Israel’s foreign service, serving in Hong Kong, Beijing, Washington DC, and as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson in Jerusalem.

Micky Rozin-Aharonson

Micky Rozin-Aharonson is currently the chief of staff and foreign policy adviser to the Minister of Transport. She was formerly a senior researcher at the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. Prior to that, she concluded nearly a decade as the director for foreign policy in the Israeli National Security Council in the Prime Minister’s Office. She is a media commentator on foreign policy and a former lecturer.
Dan Schueftan
Dr Dan Schueftan is the head of the International Graduate Program in National Security at the University of Haifa. He was previously the director of the National Security Studies Center at the University of Haifa (2008 – 2018), a visiting professor at Georgetown University in
Washington DC, (2012 – 2014), and a lecturer at the Israel Defense Forces National Defense College. For the last five decades, he has been a consultant to Israeli decision-makers and the top echelon of Israel’s government and security establishment. Dr Schueftan is regularly briefing decision-makers, senior officers, and defense and intelligence officials. Additionally, he lectures at leading universities, research centers, and think -tanks in Europe, North America, and Asia. He has published extensively on national security and contemporary Middle East history.