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The New Normal in Israel:
A Hybrid of Terrorism, Shadow Wars, and Armed Conflict
Dr. Levite is a Nonresident Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He served the Israeli government as Principal Deputy Director General for Policy at the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission (2002-2007), Deputy Israeli National Security Advisor for Defense Policy (1999-2000), and Head of the Bureau of International Security at the Israeli Ministry of Defense. Dr. Levite was also a Visiting Fellow at CISAC, Stanford University (2000-2002) and has published extensively on issues of strategy, military doctrine, deterrence, arms control, proliferation, and intelligence. He holds a Ph.D. in Government from Cornell University and has been honored by France with the Chevalier dans l’Ordre National de la Legion d’Honneur.
The Thomas A. and Georgina T. Russo Fund, OWLS, the International Law Society, the Stanford National Security and the Law Society, and the Stanford Law Association present:“WITHOUT SHEPHERDS”by Cary McClelland, SLS 2015
April 18, 7:45 pm, Wilbur Field“Without Shepherds” premiered at Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year.
- “Without Shepherds is one of the most visually impressive and insightful docs in recent memory. The film simply and effectively shatters stereotypes about Pakistan, revealing diversity of thought and hope for the future.” – Hammer to Nail
- “Inspiring and harrowing at the same time…”- Slug Magazine
- “A thoughtful portrait into the lives of some of this troubled country’s citizens, who despite their differences of class and ideology, share a longing for a better way of life.”- Filmmaker MagazineBEER, WINE, AND MOVIE SNACKS PROVIDED!