National Leadership Webinar:

Does Trump Actually Have a Middle East Strategy?

The elements of Trump’s policy in the Middle East are often depicted as impulsive and disconnected – withdrawal from the Iran deal, the Trump Peace Plan, recognition of Israeli sovereignty on the Golan Heights, moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, and taking a harder line with the Palestinians.

Analysts have seen these pieces as separate from each other – that they don’t create a coherent whole. But what if that isn’t the case? What if these pieces do cohere strategically and are a part of a larger U.S. National Security Strategy?

JINSA is proud to host one of Washington’s most influential and thoughtful experts–former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Doug Feith–for a new look at Trump’s policy in the Middle East.

Join us for this exciting presentation, moderated by JINSA Gemunder Center Senior Fellow Steve Rosen.

Monday, September 21 – 4:00pm EDT


This webinar is open exclusively to current
JINSA National Leaders, program
participants, and the press.

RSVPs must be received via the button
to the left at least 30 minutes prior to the start time.

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and dial-in details to join by phone.

Douglas J. Feith

Douglas J. Feith is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute. He works on a range of foreign and defense issues, writing and lecturing on such topics as terrorism, arms control, alliance relations, national security policy making and the relationship of policy and intelligence.

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Steven Rosen

Steven Rosen is a Senior Fellow at JINSA’s Gemunder Center. He served as the Foreign Policy Director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee for 23 years, strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship. He is now a consultant with ELNET, the European Leadership Network.

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