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Aryeh Green

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Aryeh Green is author of My Israel Trail: Finding Peace in the Promised Land; chief strategy officer of EnergiyaGlobal, an Israeli platform for renewable energy; and director emeritus of MediaCentral, a Jerusalem-based project of HonestReporting providing services to foreign journalists in Israel. He served as senior policy advisor to Natan Sharansky, developing contacts with Palestinian democracy activists and promoting Israel advocacy. He has written and spoken extensively about Israel, media issues and human rights in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Jerusalem Post, among others, and grows grapes and makes wine.


  • Sustainability

  • Positively Israel & College Campuses

  • Science, Technology & Innovation

  • US-Israel Relations

  • Israel Economy

  • Middle Eastern Relations

Popular Speeches

A new approach to Israel’s media relations: embracing journalists rather than attacking them
Human Rights and Freedom in the Middle East: Natan Sharansky and a “process” for real peace for the region
Human Rights in Jewish Sources: Roots of western human rights theory
The New Anti-Semitism: A “3D” approach to anti-Israel attitudes
Religious Zionism in Israel vs. Modern Orthodoxy in the Western world: A unified theory of Judaism
GeoPolitics of the Middle East: Understanding the context of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
A Jewish State? An answer and a prescription for Yoram Hazony’s analysis of the anti-Jewish nature of the Israeli “branja” (established leadership).
“Middle Israel” Is there a moderate center in Israel? (or, The Saga of a Fanatic Moderate) A presentation of the consensus in Israel
The View From Here - An American Immigrant’s Perspective
Crossing the Chasm in Israel - What divides us, what unites us as Israelis
An Israeli Nokia? Israel as a global high-tech center: what’s missing, what’s needed.
Welcome to Israel: 3500 years of Jewish history in 35 minutes! (For visiting groups)

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