Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg

CV Highlights

  • Israel’s delegate to the IAEA’s academic conferences on a Middle East Zone Free of Weapons of Mass Destruction
  • Team leader of Israel at the Polls (1988 to 2005) 
  • Awarded Israel Science Foundation research grant, 2008
  • Member, Israel Council of Foreign Affairs 
  • Israel Higher-Education Council, Committee on Public Policy in 2013 
  • Inter-parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism ICCA. 

Steinberg is quoted in the New York Times, interviewed on the BBC, NPR, CNN, CBC and other top media platforms. His op-ed columns are published in the Wall St. JournalFinancial TimesHa’aretzInternational Herald Tribune, Times of IsraelJerusalem Post, and other publications.

Latest publications

Gerald M. Steinberg. “Human Rights Watch’s anti-Israel Agenda”, Israel Affairs, 2021

Gerald M. Steinberg, “Human Rights and Anti-Semitism: Beyond the Partisan Divide“, Newsweek, November 24, 2020

Gerald M. Steinberg, Book Review of “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Holocaust: An Endangered Connection” by Johannes Morsink, Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, 2020

“Europe and Israel: A dysfunctional relationship”, Podcast, Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, September 8, 2020

Gerald M. Steinberg, “Europe’s NGO cold war to ‘mitigate pro-Israel voices’”, Jerusalem Post, July 24, 2020

Gerald M. Steinberg and Maayan Rockland, “Palestinian Activists at Human Rights Watch” Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Mideast Security and Policy Studies Paper #177, July 2020

Gerald M. Steinberg, Book Review: “The War of Return: How Western Indulgence of the Palestinian Dream Has Obstructed the Path to Peace”, by Adi Schwartz and Einat Wilf, Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, July 2020

Gerald M. Steinberg “Jerusalem: 1948, 1967, 2020”Times of Israel, May 22, 2020 

  • Human Rights, Non-governmental Organizations (NGOS), and Soft Power 
  • Military strategy and arms control (Iran, proliferation, instability)
  • Israeli Democracy and Politics
  • The Changing Nature of Power in International Relations