By Ted Belman
What Paul Eidelberg has to say is always important and worthwhile. His latest article Netanyahu, Kissinger, Metternich, and Statecraft is no exception.
When I first made aliya, Paul Eidelberg was my neighbour and we saw each other from time to time. Then he disappeared from my horizen.
Now he has resurfaced as head of Israel-America Renaissance Institute. (I-ARI)
This web site has this to say about him and his institute:
Internationally known political scientist, author and lecturer, Paul Eidelberg is founder and president of the Israel-America Renaissance Institute (I-ARI) with offices in Jerusalem and Philadelphia.
Prof. Eidelberg served in the United States Air Force where he held the rank of first lieutenant. He received his doctoral degree at the University of Chicago, where he studied under the world-renowned professor Leo Strauss. Before immigrating to Israel in 1976, Prof. Eidelberg wrote a trilogy on America’s founding fathers: The Philosophy of the American Constitution, On the Silence of the Declaration of Independence, and, A Discourse on Statesmanship.
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