Founded in 2006 by the late Dr. David Kimche, The Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs is the flagship publication of the Israel Council on Foreign Relations (ICFR), which is an independent and non-partisan body that operates under the auspices of the World Jewish Congress. Through the publication of its interdisciplinary journal, the ICFR aspires to stimulate high-level analysis and debate of international affairs, particularly, though not exclusively, regarding Israel, the Middle East and Jewish affairs.
In a short time, the Journal has succeeded in developing a strong reputation, attracting the writings of many leading authorities in various aspects of foreign affairs. The Journal is geared toward practitioners and scholars of international affairs, as well as informed observers. In an attempt to engage and encourage tomorrow's diplomats and scholars, it also publishes articles by outstanding graduate students.
The Journal regularly publishes the proceedings of lectures presented at the Council and these constitute an important record of the remarks of visiting foreign officials and other guests. Reviews of current literature in our fields of interest constitute a significant part of the Journal. Research articles undergo peer review.
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