AIPAC’s Intern and Summer Associate luncheon & Briefing

You are invited to AIPAC’s Intern and Summer Associate luncheon & Briefing

Ilan Berman Vice President for Policy,   American Foreign Policy Council

The 2009 Intern and Summer Associate Luncheon & Briefing Monday, July 27th at 12:00 pm Kilpatrick Stockton LLP 1100 Peachtree Street, NE • Suite 2800 Lunch will be provided Dietary laws observed  Join Us For An Exclusive Briefing Please join AIPAC for the 2009 Intern and Summer Associate Briefing & Luncheon. This exclusive event will feature Ilan Berman, who will provide an overview and analysis of the challenges and opportunities facing America and Israel today.   This free event is open to all interns, summer associates and professional staff who wish to attend. Participants will receive a free copy of Ilan Berman’s new book – Winning the Long War: Retaking the Offensive against Radical Islam.    RSVP to Michael Rubin at 770-541-7610 or email by July 22nd

About Ilan Berman
Ilan Berman is a Vice President for Policy at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, DC. An expert on regional security in the Middle East, Central Asia and the Russian Federation, Mr. Berman’s  writings have appeared in such publications as the Asian Wall Street Journal, the Wall Street Journal Europe, Middle East Quarterly, the Washington Times, the Jerusalem Post and Strategic Review. Mr. Berman holds a Masters in International Politics from the American University in Washington, DC and a Juris Doctorate from the Washington College of Law. He is an adjunct professor at the American University’s School of International Service.   About AIPAC The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is the only American organization whose principal mission is to lobby the U.S. government about legislation that strengthens the relationship between the United States and Israel.  Every day, the professional staff and members of AIPAC are hard at work helping to educate members of Congress, candidates for public office, policymakers, media professionals and student leaders on college campuses about the importance of the U.S.-Israel friendship. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the organization has 10 regional offices focused on bringing our message to legislators throughout the country.  Today, AIPAC is broadening and deepening the U.S.-Israel bond by working to secure vital aid for Israel to help ensure Israel remains strong and secure. AIPAC is working to promote strategic cooperation between the two nations, to develop sound U.S. anti-terrorist policies and to stop rogue nations such as Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability.  AIPAC is registered as a domestic lobby and supported financially by private donations. The organization receives no financial assistance from Israel, any national organization or any foreign group. AIPAC is not a political action committee. It does not rate, endorse or
contribute to candidates. Because it is a lobby, contributions to AIPAC are not tax deductible.   For more than 50 years, AIPAC has worked to make a difference. Because of your commitment to AIPAC, together we can continue to make a difference.

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