JCPA Wartime Diplomacy Center
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The JCPA Center for Security, Diplomacy, and Communications (SDC)
The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA) has transitioned from its traditional role as an exclusively research-based institute into a multi-faceted center for regional security, diplomacy, and media communications in Arabic, Farsi, and English. JCPA has established an independent communications “nerve center” for the constant and consistent collection of critical content, multi-media platforms, and social networks.
The JCPA Arabic, Farsi, and English communications center works in cooperation with senior journalists from the region and beyond, providing a platform for the dissemination of objective news and analysis.
Initiative for Palestinian Authority Accountability and Reform
The Oslo Accords at 30: Lessons Learned
30 years later, the Oslo Accords have not materialized as their proponents had hoped. The scholars and analysts at JCPA, who have scrutinized the unfolding of this diplomatic process over three decades, have written a series of articles evaluating Oslo’s failures. The Oslo Accords at 30: Lessons Learned compendium concludes with an assessment of the possibilities for a requisite change of direction.
The Daily Alert – Israel news digest appears every Monday and Thursday.
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About Daily Alert
The highly acclaimed Daily Alert – Israel News Digest, produced by the Jerusalem Center since 2002, offers linked excerpts of selected Israel-related news stories from the most important English and Hebrew media sources.
Daily Alert now appears every Monday and Thursday.
About the Jerusalem Center
The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs strengthens Israel’s vital security interests, transforming policy research into actionable, applied diplomacy by leveraging our unique position as Jerusalem’s “global embassy,” featuring a culturally diverse team of diplomatic and national security experts, and engaging partners from across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.
Dan Diker is President of the Jerusalem Center.