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[[Michael Oren]] is a professor at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a distinguished fellow at the [[Shalem Center]] in Jerusalem.<ref>Michael B. Oren, [http://www.tnr.com/politics/story.html?id=d2bfcd6c-8a7e-47ae-b277-7f3f9fa6b5e2 Back to the Front], The New Republic, 4 January 2009.</ref>
 
[[Michael Oren]] is a professor at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a distinguished fellow at the [[Shalem Center]] in Jerusalem.<ref>Michael B. Oren, [http://www.tnr.com/politics/story.html?id=d2bfcd6c-8a7e-47ae-b277-7f3f9fa6b5e2 Back to the Front], The New Republic, 4 January 2009.</ref>

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Person.png Michael Oren  Rdf-icon.png
(academic)
BornMichael Scott Bornstein
May 20, 1955, U.S.
New York, U.S.
CitizenshipIsraeli (1979–present) American (1955–2009)
Alma materColumbia University, Princeton University
ReligionJudaism
SpouseSally Edelstein
PartyKulanu

Employment.png Israeli Ambassador to the United States

In office
July 20, 2009 - September 30, 2013

Michael Oren is a professor at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a distinguished fellow at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem.[1]

Following Israel's incursion into Gaza in December 2009, Oren was called up as an IDF reservist to do public relations work.[2]

On 4 January 2009 he co-authored a Los Angeles Times opinion article on the conflict with Yossi Klein Halevi, a senior fellow at the Adelson Institute for Strategic Studies of the Shalem Center. His role with the IDF was not mentioned in the piece.[3]

20 May 1955|


References

  1. Michael B. Oren, Back to the Front, The New Republic, 4 January 2009.
  2. Michael B. Oren, Back to the Front, The New Republic, 4 January 2009.
  3. Yossi Klein Halevi and Michael B. Oren, In Gaza, the real enemy is Iran, Los Angeles Times, 4 January 2009.