BSSc in Economic and International Relations, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 1971. Master of Business Administration, 1974. MSSc, 1977; Doctor of Philosophy cum laude, University Paris II, Paris, 1980.
Doctor of Letters, University Paris VIII, 1997.
Advisor on social affairs to Prime Minister of Israel, 1975—1977. Columnist Davar Daily, Tel Aviv, 1975—1977, European correspondent Paris, 1977—1996. European and international correspondent Israeli Broadcasting, 1986—2001.
Senior international correspondent Israel Channel 2 television, since 2001. Lecturer Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1992—1994. Senior lecturer University Paris VIII, 1994—1997, professor Jewish history and media studies, since 1997.
Vice president specialists board University Paris VIII, since 2000, vice president pedagogic board, since 2001.
European representative World Labour Zionist Movement, Paris, 1977—1982, Academy Unit-World Zionist Organization, Paris, 1980—1992, International Center Jewish Studies, Paris, 1980—1982, World Hebrew Union, Paris, since 1980. President Hebrew University Students Union, Jerusalem, 1968—1971. Member of Broadcast Education Association, International Association Media and Commission Research, International Commission Association, Presidential Press Association, Foreign Press Association (secretary general since 1999).
Married Yaffa Malka Iron, September 7, 1982. Children: Aurite, Ari Michael.