He writes for a number of major publications, both in Israel and overseas, including Canada (where he is a regular blogger on Huffington Post Canada and Size Doesn’t Matter, which highlights the diverse, cultural, innovative and social life in Israel).
Arsen’s research focuses on a wide variety of topics including: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Middle East foreign policy and national security, international human rights law, Israeli – European relations and various issues relating to the Jewish community, Israeli public diplomacy and anti-Semitism.
Arsen also frequently appears on radio as an expert commentator and has lectured and spoken widely to audiences around the world about these issues.
Currently, Arsen is the Director of Research at The Israeli-Jewish Congress (IJC), an independent Israeli-based not-for-profit organization devoted to promoting the principle of Israel as the State of the Jewish People and strengthening ties between Israel and the Diaspora, particularly with the Jewish communities of Europe.
Immediately prior, Arsen was a Research Fellow at the Hudson Institute in the United States and has also served as a Foreign Policy adviser to a Member of Knesset and practiced as a litigation attorney at a leading global law firm.
Arsen is originally from Australia and made Aliyah in 2012. He lives in Tel Aviv.
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