Senior Biden Campaign Adviser Tony Blinken Speaks on ‘The U.S.-Israel Relationship in a Biden Administration’

18 May

Senior Biden Campaign Adviser Tony Blinken spoke, by Zoom and Facebook Live on Monday, May 18, on “The U.S.-Israel Relationship in a Biden Administration” for the Democratic Majority for Israel.

According to the American Academy of diplomacy, Blinken is “managing director of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement and the Herter/Nitze Distinguished Scholar at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies” and “held senior foreign policy positions in two administrations over three decades—including Deputy Secretary of State in the Obama administration.”

DMFI’s mission, according to its website, states, “We will work to maintain and strengthen support for Israel among Democratic leaders including presidential and congressional candidates as well as with the grassroots of progressive movements. We are committed to doing so because we recognize that America’s relationship with Israel, the sole democracy in the Middle East, is a mutually beneficial one based on shared values and shared interests.”

Blinken was introduced by Mark Mellman, the President and CEO of DMFI.  The moderator was Rachel Rosen, who is the Communications Director for DMFI.

Below is the audio of Blinken’s talk.

Senior Biden Campaign Adviser Tony Blinken spoke, by Zoom and Facebook Live on Monday, May 18, on “The U.S.-Israel Relationship in a Biden Administration” for the Democratic Majority for Israel.

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