Eyal Lewin

EYAL LEWIN is assistant professor at the Political Science Department at Ariel University. He is a research fellow at the National Security Studies Center at the University of Haifa. Lewin writes on the political psychology of national resilience. He discovered his interest in political science while serving as a personal assistant to a member of the Israeli parliament and department head of the Jewish Agency. Before beginning his academic career, he managed a private company for business development and the training of marketing managers.

Publications by Eyal Lewin

The Disengagement from Gaza: Understanding the Ideological Background

It took only several days to expel more than 9,000 Israelis from their homes. Read More »

The Clash of Civil Religions: A Paradigm for Understanding Israeli Politics

Almost thirty-five years after Camp David and twenty years after the Oslo Accord, a fundamental question remains unanswered: does the majority of the Israeli public support a left-wing or right-wing ideology? Read More »