Itzhak Levanon

Ambassador Itzhak Levanon served as Israel’s Ambassador to Egypt from 2009 to 2011. He first entered the field of public service in 1969 as an assistant for Arab Affairs to Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek, after which he joined the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1972 and served in a variety of positions. He was a member of the Israeli delegation to the peace talks in Washington, D.C., following the Madrid Conference, Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, and spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Arab world.

Publications by Itzhak Levanon

The First Year of the Egyptian Revolution: Assessment and Predictions

Few in Egypt believe that the army is sincere about the transfer of power to the civilians. Read More »