Public Speaking

Professor Teitelbaum has spoken at most university Middle East Studies Centers in the United States. Teitelbaum has been a regular featured speaker an the annual Policy Conference of the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). In addition, he has addressed the following organizations and institutions:

  • Council on Foreign Relations
  • San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club
  • Middle East Institute
  • Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia
  • US Naval Postgraduate School
  • Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • US Army War College
  • Italian Ministry of Defense
  • Israel’s National Security Council
  • Israeli Foreign Ministry

Speaking Topics:

  • Israel and the Jewish People Today: Do I Care?
  • New Anti-Semitism: The Campaign to Delegitimize the Jewish State
  • Middle East Update
  • Liberal Jews and Israel: How to Engage and Remain Engaged
  • Zionism Today: Reclaiming Zionism for 21st Century Jews
  • Behind the Veil: How Saudi Arabia Really Works
  • Can We Salvage the Arab-Israeli Peace Process?
  • Saudi Arabia and Jihad
  • The Saudi Roots of Osama Bin Laden
  • The Media Revolution in the Middle East
  • Islam and the West: Why the Conflict?
  • Israel’s Strategic Environment
  • Suicide Terrorism:  Is It Islamic?
  • The Failure of the Middle East Process:  How Did We Get Here From There?
  • Saudi Arabia: What Make It Tick?
  • Prospects and Pitfalls: What Next in the Middle East?
  • Why Does Iran Want the Bomb?
  • Wahhabism and Jihad: What the Saudis Don’t Want You to Know
  • Israel: A Jewish and Democratic State