Efraim Cohen

Efraim Cohen's career as a U.S. diplomat spanned nearly 25 years, and included assignments to London, Capetown, La Paz, Tel Aviv, and Baghdad. He retired from the diplomatic corps after his second tour in Tel Aviv - as Cultural Attache - and now lives permanently in Israel, where he is a Senior Fellow at Bar-Ilan University's Center for International Communications, and a Fellow at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism. He is also an adviser to the U.S. Department of State's Office of Civil Rights. Mr. Cohen writes on Israel, the Middle East and public diplomacy.

Writings by Efraim Cohen  (View Biography)

Title Date
The Dangers of an Israeli Apology to Turkey2011/08/01
The Danger of Premature Elections2011/02/14

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