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The long read: Despite declining support for the Israel lobby among young Jews and progressives, AIPAC's conference is still the place to be seen and gain .... A more prominent case in 2005 against AIPAC senior employees Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman and Pentagon employee Larry ...
The lack of overwhelming support flies in the face of a claim from Steven Rosen, at the time AIPAC's director of foreign policy, telling journalist Jeffrey Goldberg years ago: "You see this napkin? In 24 hours, we could have the signatures of 70 senators on this napkin." The failure to add a significant ... progressives

Steven Rosen had a reputation for being one of the most effective pro-Israel advocates in Washington. By some accounts, he relished that reputation. According to a New Yorker profile, he once boasted of being able to gather signatures from 70 senators in a 24-hour timeframe. While Rosen's two decades ... progressives
The accusation was included in an indictment that charged two former AIPAC employees, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, and a former Pentagon official, Lawrence Franklin, under the Espionage Act with illegally trafficking in classified information. Satterfield avoided prosecution in the case after top ... progressives
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) was last confronted by FARA when its predecessor organization the American Zionist Council was pressured by John F. Kennedy's Justice Department in 1962 and 1963. Kennedy's death stopped that effort—and ended White House attempts to hold ... progressives
Once upon a time AIPAC's Steven Rosen boasted to an interviewer, "You see this napkin? In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of seventy senators on this napkin." He meant that congressmen would sign on to anything if they thought it would please Israel. Recently the U.S. Congress ...

These include a 1975 incident in which AIPAC Director Morris Amitay circulated classified information about a proposed US Hawk missile sale to Jordan. AIPAC's FARA file would have had to detail AIPAC staffers Steven Rosen, Douglas Bloomfield and Ester Kurz 1984 receipt of stolen classified ...
The group hopes to double its budget within five years, and the fight over the deal — even though it ended in a loss — could help AIPAC get there. “This fight has been good for AIPAC in that it brought in a lot of money,” Steven Rosen, who lobbied for the organization until 2005, told Foreign Policy.
In a compromise on the legal fees, AIPAC ultimately agreed to pay the two men's lawyers more than $4 million. In the most recent lawsuit, involving UANI, Lowell's client, Restis, sought to sue the private advocacy organization, whose declared mission is to block Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.
A former AIPAC executive, Steven Rosen, was fond of telling people that he could take out a napkin at any Senate hangout and get signatures of support for one issue or another from scores of senators. AIPAC has more than a hundred thousand members, a network of seventeen regional offices, and a vast ...
“We prefer to stay out of the public eye. We don't want AIPAC to become the issue.” — ROBERT ASHER, Former president and chair of AIPAC board, Oct. 1, 1988, Jerusalem Post. Int. Ed. “A lobby is like a night flower: it thrives in the dark and dies in the sun.” — STEVEN ROSEN, former foreign policy ...
... official and two policy analysts with AIPAC under the federal espionage statute. The official, Larry Franklin, was charged with leaking classified information. (He pleaded guilty and served a brief sentence.) The two AIPAC analysts, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, were charged simply with receiving it.
Rosen and Weissman, a case in which he and another former Aipac analyst, Steve Rosen, have been accused of handing over top-secret American documents to foreign officials and journalists. Both have pleaded not guilty. The intertwining tales of powerful lobbyists and backroom Washington meetings ...
Carlos Moedas, the EU's science commissioner, meets Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister. (Gil Cohen-Magen/Facebook). An argument trotted out by European Union representatives to “justify” engaging with Israel is that they regularly raise concerns about human rights abuses. The argument ...
Lars Faaborg-Andersen (left) was deferential towards Israel throughout his four years as EU envoy to Tel Aviv. (European External Action Service/Flickr). The European Union has admitted that it cannot monitor whether producers working from Israel's settlements in the occupied West Bank are fraudulently ...
Steven Rosen had a reputation for being one of the most effective pro-Israel advocates in Washington. By some accounts, he relished that ...
The accusation was included in an indictment that charged two former AIPAC employees, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, and a former ...

Once upon a time AIPAC's Steven Rosen boasted to an interviewer, “You see this napkin? In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of ...
AIPAC's FARA file would have had to detail AIPAC staffers Steven Rosen, Douglas Bloomfield and Ester Kurz 1984 receipt of stolen classified ...
... Israel Public Affairs Committee, one of the most powerful organizations in Washington. Gove was a speaker at AIPAC's annual conference.
“This fight has been good for AIPAC in that it brought in a lot of money,” Steven Rosen, who lobbied for the organization until 2005, told Foreign ...
Less than a year into the case, AIPAC, which had hired Lowell to defend Rosen, fired both Rosen and Weissman under pressure from the ...
A former AIPAC executive, Steven Rosen, was fond of telling people that he could take out a napkin at any Senate hangout and get signatures ...
The two AIPAC analysts, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, were ... President Obama's prosecutors are pushing the logic of the AIPAC case ...
The charge was made by Washington power-attorney Abbe Lowell, who represents Steven Rosen, former policy director of Aipac. Interviewed ...
Rosen and Weissman, a case in which he and another former Aipac analyst, Steve Rosen, have been accused of handing over top-secret ...
Steven Rosen had a reputation for being one of the most effective pro-Israel advocates in Washington. By some accounts, he relished that ...
The accusation was included in an indictment that charged two former AIPAC employees, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, and a former ...
Once upon a time AIPAC's Steven Rosen boasted to an interviewer, “You see this napkin? In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of ...
AIPAC's FARA file would have had to detail AIPAC staffers Steven Rosen, Douglas Bloomfield and Ester Kurz 1984 receipt of stolen classified ...
Fired AIPAC hawk Steven Rosen expands Israel lobby's reach in Europe. David Cronin 11 September 2017 ...
... Israel Public Affairs Committee, one of the most powerful organizations in Washington. Gove was a speaker at AIPAC's annual conference.
... Espionage Act for disclosing classified information to Steven Rosen ... employees of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
“This fight has been good for AIPAC in that it brought in a lot of money,” Steven Rosen, who lobbied for the organization until 2005, told Foreign ...
Less than a year into the case, AIPAC, which had hired Lowell to defend Rosen, fired both Rosen and Weissman under pressure from the ...
A former AIPAC executive, Steven Rosen, was fond of telling people that he could take out a napkin at any Senate hangout and get signatures ...
A former AIPAC executive, Steven Rosen, was fond of telling people that he could take out a napkin at any Senate hangout and get signatures ...
STEVEN ROSEN, former foreign policy director, AIPAC, The New Yorker, July 4, 2005; indicted August, 2005 for alleged violations of the ...
The two AIPAC analysts, Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman, were ... President Obama's prosecutors are pushing the logic of the AIPAC case ...
The charge was made by Washington power-attorney Abbe Lowell, who represents Steven Rosen, former policy director of Aipac. Interviewed ...
Rosen and Weissman, a case in which he and another former Aipac analyst, Steve Rosen, have been accused of handing over top-secret ...
"All AIPAC needed to do was to quote Ahmadinejad's latest statements and the money would be pouring in." Even the fight over the nuclear deal - that AIPAC lost - was good for business according to former AIPAC official Steven Rosen. "This fight has ...


 

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