Middle Eastern Studies Program presents: Dr. Nimrod Goren
341 Eggers Hall
Dr. Nimrod Goren is the Founder of Mitvim - the Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies, a think tank working to reshape Israel’s relations in the Middle East, Europe and the Mediterranean, by promoting new paradigms for Israel’s foreign policies, enhancing Israel’s regional belonging, and advancing Israeli-Arab peace. Goren is an Adjunct Professor in Middle Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is a Research Fellow at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. He holds a PhD in Middle Eastern Studies and Political Psychology from the Hebrew University, and his dissertation topic was “The role of external incentives in promoting peace: the cases of Israel and Turkey”. Goren was a 2009-10 Hubert Humphrey Fellow at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University. Previously, he was the Executive Director of the Young Israeli Forum for Cooperation, and worked at the Harry S Truman Research Institute for the Advancement for Peace, the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies and the Levtzion Center for Islamic Studies. Goren was the recipient of the 2009 Victor J. Goldberg IIE Prize for Peace in the Middle East, and is a frequent commentator on Turkish affairs in the Israeli media.
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