Prof. Aharon Klieman
Nahum Goldmann Professor Emeritus of Diplomatic Studies in the Department of Political Science at Tel-Aviv University and founding director of its Abba Eban Graduate Program in Diplomatic Studies. Currently, chair of the newly-accredited Department of Politics and Government, The Ashkelon Academic College.
Doctorate from The Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, with an M.A. from the School of International Affairs at Columbia University in Middle Eastern politics.
Guest scholar of The Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University in 2008 term, with previous visiting appointments at Georgetown University, The University of Chicago, The University of Denver, The University of Michigan and U.C.L.A. Areas of teaching and research interest include: Israeli Foreign Relations, the Middle East in World Affairs, the Arab-Israeli Conflict & Peace Process, Foreign Policy Decision-making, Balance of Power Politics, Jewish Statecraft.
Professor Klieman has written and edited 24 books, monographs and documentary collections in English and Hebrew, and has authored over 30 book chapters as well as a number of journal articles. Current writing projects: a manual on Israel’s style of negotiations with the Palestinians; essays on Jewish Diplomacy – past, present and prospective; and a monograph on the 1937 Palestine Royal Commission’s partition initiative, the first truly “missed opportunity”.
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