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Live from the 2012 AIPAC Policy Conference
Hope you’ll join us on this Sunday for a day of speeches (starting with Presidents Peres and Obama) and panels. We are in the massive main room of the Washington Convention Center, just north of Chinatown, for the 2012 AIPAC Policy Conference. This is my first conference, and I’m actually very excited to be here (though I wish all were welcome).
Need some background? All AIPAC 2012-relevant reading, from reports from the conference to recent articles we’ve published that have a bearing on the issues at hand, can be found here.
Currently: a round-table with Liz Cheney, Ehud Yaari, and Jane Harman, moderated by David Horovitz of the Times of Israel.
At least four journalists requested, did not get credentials
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