Arik Rudnitzky

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Arik Rudnitzky serves as Project Manager of Tel Aviv University's Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation, at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies. He holds MA (magna cum laude) and BA degrees in Middle Eastern History from the Faculty of Humanities and an MBA degree from the Faculty of Management, both at Tel Aviv University, and is a doctoral candidate at Bar Ilan University.

Mr. Rudnitzky has studied issues concerning Israeli Arabs for more than a decade. His fields of expertise cover political, national and social developments in the Arab society in Israel, as well as government policies on Arabs in Israel.