In this series, the Rose Project explores the implications of a possible change of legal status of the West Bank/Judea & Samaria from a variety of perspectives.
Micah Goodman, Senior Research Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute, explores the ideological foundation underlying the debate in Israel over the West Bank/Judea and Samar
Michael Koplow, Policy Director of the Israel Policy Forum explores why this issue is coming up now, 53 year after the Six Day War, and what might it mean for Israeli democracy and its Jewish character.
In this briefing, Dan Rothem, CEO, Commanders for Israel’s Security explores the implications for Israeli security under different annexation/sovereignty scenarios.
Jerusalem Post Chief Political Correspondent Gil Hoffman reviewed what took place in the Knesset on what was to have been the first day the Israeli government could introduce annexation legislation and we might expect moving forward.
Michael Makovsky, President and CEO of the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA), will share JINSA’s new report advocating for Israeli permanent control of the Jordan Valley to best serve U.S., Israeli and Jordanian security interests.
Ghaith al-Omari, Senior Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy will explore possible ramifications of annexation/sovereignty on the Palestinian Authority, its relationship with Israel, and inter-Palestinian and regional dynamics.