On June 13th 2017, the Mitvim Institute and the Leonard Davis Institute held a joint policy workshop at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem that examined the effects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on Israel’s foreign policy, and specifically on its relations with the Middle East, Europe, the US, China and East Asia. Participants included scholars, diplomats, civil society activists and businessmen. They defined what they perceive as Israel’s central interests in relations with these regions and states and assessed whether and how the prolonged Israeli-Palestinian conflict influences Israel’s ability to fulfill these interests. This document presents the workshop conclusions.
Conference Summaries / Strengthening Israel's Foreign Policy