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Tuesday, April 10, 6pm (business meeting); 7pm (general meeting)
Northwood-High Building, 2231 N. High St., Rm. 100
Join the Franklin County Greens. We meet on the second Tuesday of each month. Free parking is available in the “R” spaces — “R” for “Rardin Clinic” — behind the building. Contact:
Donald Trump entered the White House promising to secure what he termed the “ultimate deal”: an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. After more than one year in office, has the Trump administration succeeded in laying the groundwork for this agreement or has its policies made this prospect more remote? Josh Ruebner, Policy Director of the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights and author of Shattered Hopes: Obama’s Failure to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace and Israel: Democracy or Apartheid State?, will share his analysis of this subject. Ruebner is a former Analyst in Middle East Affairs for Congressional Research Service, a nonpartisan federal government agency that provides Members of Congress with policy analysis. He holds a graduate degree in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC. Copies of his latest book, Israel: Democracy or Apartheid State?, will be available at this event for purchase and for signing.