Can Jewish journalists be objective on stories on Israel and American Jewry? A panel of Lauren Markoe , Joshua Runyan and Marshall Weiss . With Gary Rosenblatt at 2016 JFNA GA in DC.

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Natan Sharansky of The Jewish Agency for Israel speaks at the 2016 JFNA GA from Washington, D.C.

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Aluf Benn, Editor-In-Chief of Haaretz, discusses the impact of Donald Trump’s election for Israel, U.S.-Israel relations and for the American Jewish community. With Chemi Shalev, outgoing U.S. Editor of Haaretz, at the 2016 JFNA GA in Washington, DC.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses her judicial philosophy and a number of critical issues on the American scene with Kenneth Feinberg, the “Pay Czar” who oversaw compensation to victims of 9/11. At 2016 JFNA GA.

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Ann Lewis, Co-Chair of Jewish Women for Hillary, talks to JTA Editor-in-Chief Andrew Silow-Carroll about the Clinton camp’s strategy for earning Jewish votes, the personal toll of the long campaign trail and what went right and wrong. From the 2016 JFNA GA in Washington, DC.

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Professional pollsters Nathan Klein and Mark Mellman discuss the outcome of the 2016 presidential elections with Nathan Guttman . From the 2016 JFNA GA in Washington, DC.

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The introductory Plenary session of the 2016 General Assembly, featuring many speakers, panel discussions hosted by Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd, and a keynote address by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. From the 2016 JFNA GA in Washington, DC.

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President of the American Health Policy Institute Tevi Troy speaks with Editorial Director of Mid-Atlantic Media Joshua Runyan about President Obama’s legacy and the new presidential administration. From the 2016 JFNA GA in Washington, DC.

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Moment Magazine Editor Nadine Epstein and former U.S.-Middle East policy analyst Aaron David Miller discuss the changing relationship between American Jews and Israel, U.S.-Israel relations and what the new administration will do to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the elusive quest for peace. From the 2016 JFNA GA in Washington, DC.

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Jodi Rudoren, NY Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief for 15 years, discusses what she learned covering the Arab-Israeli conflict and why she feels the Times is not biased against Israel. 2016 Harold & Hyacinthe Hoffman Lecture-Temple Beth El, Stamford, CT.

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