Michael Sfard, Israel’s leading human rights lawyer, was educated at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and University College, London. A former conscientious objector, he received the Emil Grunzweig Human Rights Award and an Open Society Fellowship. Sfard has also taught human rights law and his writing on the subject has appeared in New York Times, Haaretz, The Independent, and Foreign Policy. He lives in Tel Aviv.
Our Voice of the Week is Aaron David Miller, Distinguished Scholar at the Wilson Center discussing the recent Israeli election results and their implications for that nation’s relationship with the US and the broader Middle East. The conversation was part of the Wilson Center NOW series.