Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Arthur Schneier Program for International Affairs holds a panel discussion “The U.S.–Israel Partnership: What Is It? Where Is It Going?” in Furst Hall, Room 501 at YU’s Wilf Campus in Washington Heights. Panelists include Danny Ayalon, former Israeli deputy foreign minister and ambassador to the United States, the Rennert Visiting Professor of Foreign Policy Studies at YU, and the founder of Israeli public diplomacy non-profit organization The Truth About Israel; Daniel Kurtzer, former U.S. ambassador to Egypt and Israel and the S. Daniel Abraham Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs; and Dr. Eran Lerman, former deputy national security adviser for foreign policy and international affairs in the Israeli prime minister’s office and a senior research associate at the Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies in Israel. Dr. Bernard Firestone, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Hofstra University, is the moderator. Refreshments. Registration, http://bit.ly/1QS0PVs.