India, Israel, and the U.S.
Shared Challenges and Trilateral Cooperation
Ambassador Dore Gold
President, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Dr. Arvind Gupta
Director, Vivekenanda International Foundation
Former Acting Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and Visiting Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Jeff M. Smith
Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation
Recent years have witnessed new patterns of cooperation among India, Israel, and the U.S., three key democracies that face common threats from Islamist terrorism and share common values. While Israel and the U.S. have enjoyed a steadfast partnership stretching back many decades, over the past 15 years India and the U.S. have developed an increasingly robust strategic partnership. Similarly, after decades of relative disassociation, India and Israel have begun elevating bilateral ties in a more public manner, culminating in a landmark visit to Israel by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2017. As Heritage hosts a Track II trilateral dialogue with India’s Vivekenanda International Foundation and Israel’s Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, please join a distinguished panel of experts from all three countries to discuss shared challenges and future opportunities for trilateral cooperation among India, Israel, and the United States.
Thursday, November 14, 2019, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM – The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium
214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE | Washington, DC 20002 | (202) 546-4400
RSVP online at heritage.org/events
The event will be broadcast live at heritage.org