92nd St Y Programs 2015-2016

When:
October 25, 2015 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Once again Congregation Beit Tikva will present several 92Y Live programs, shown on DVD at the synagogue a few weeks after the live event in New York. Save the dates and look for more details in the Bulletin, by email and on the website.

$12 at the door, with subscriptions available—$30 for 3 programs.

Sunday, October 25— Brunch will be available at 10am for $5 extra; DVD starts at 11:00am.
Michael Oren with Jonathan Rosen, “Bridging the American-Israeli Divide”
Now a visiting professor at Harvard, Yale and Georgetown, Oren offers a rare perspective. A true insider’s insight into our most vital alliance.

Sunday, November 15— Brunch will be available at 10am for $5 extra; DVD starts at 11:00am.
Dennis Ross and Alan Dershowitz with Ethan Bronner,
“The US-Israel Relationship”
With decades of involvement, Ross and Dershowitz have deeply informed and not necessarily identical perspectives.

Tuesday, December 15—Matinee at 3:30pm, evening showing at 6:30pm.
Peggy Noonan, In Conversation
One of our most astute political commentators in a candid,
clear-thinking and well-articulated discussion on the issues, the prospects and the candidates for election 2016.

Sunday, January 10Brunch will be available at 10am for $5 extra; DVD starts at 11:00am.
Robin Wright with Ralph Buultjens, “Making Sense of the Middle East”
Wright’s latest book is Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World. She joins Prof. Buultjens to discuss whether the Middle East is collapsing and what are the implications for Israel.

Tuesday, January 26—Matinee at 3:30pm, evening showing at 6:30pm.
Nicholas Burns and Jon Huntsman, “The Big Issues: US-China Relations and Foreign Policy”
What is the current state of US-China relations, and how should a new administration handle our complex relationship with Beijing? Two leading foreign policy experts explore the future course of the United States
and China.

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