23 October 2019. Book Presentation: “Jitzchak Rabin. Als Frieden noch möglich schien.“ An evening event with the author Prof. Itamar Rabinovich in conversation with Dr. Doron Rabinovici
Prof. Itamar Rabinovich, a longtime advisor and friend of Jitzchak Rabin, authored the most recent biography of Jitzchak Rabin.
On the occasion of the publication of the German translated version we were pleased to set up an evening event in cooperation between The Friends of the Tel Aviv University Austria, the Diplomatic Academy Vienna and the Israel Institute Washington, DC. . Prof. Itamar Rabinovich in conversation with Dr. Doron Rabinovici at the Vienna School of International Studies (the Diplomatic Academy Vienna)
Chair: DI Alexander Gertner (on behalf of Dr. Hannes Androsch, Honorary President of the Friends of the Tel Aviv University)
Welcome: Ambassador Emil Brix, Director of the Diplomatic Academy Vienna
Prof. Itamar Rabinovich, President of the Israel Institute Washington DC and founding member of the Center for Israel Studies Vienna. Professor Emeritus of the Tel Aviv University, Global Professor at the New York University. Former President of the University of Tel Aviv. Ambassador of Israel to the US and Chiefnegotiator at the peace talks with Syria.
Dr. Doron Rabinovici, author and historian. Member of the Board of the Center for Israel Studies Vienna. Member of the Board of the Grazer Autorinnen – Autorenversammlung and Speaker Republikanischer Club – Neues Österreich gegen Antisemitismus, Rassismus, Homophobie und Rechtspopulismus.
„Mr. Rabinovich, the distinguished Israeli scholar and diplomat . . . easily establishes that the prime minister was a man of great complexity. . . . Even the warm esteem in which he holds Rabin does not prevent Mr. Rabinovich–a scholar with an abiding commitment to historical accuracy–from presenting a portrait of his friend in full.“–Elliott Abrams, Wall Street Journal
Jitzchak Rabin: Als Frieden noch möglich schien. Eine Biographie (Israel-Studien. Kultur – Geschichte – Politik). Wallstein Verlag (2019)