Middle East Peace Process
A panel discussion was held on the prospects for peace in the Middle East five years after President Bush proposed a “two-state… read more
A panel discussion was held on the prospects for peace in the Middle East five years after President Bush proposed a “two-state solution” in a Rose Garden address. Topics included the rise of the Hamas party in Palestine, Gaza, disengagement by Israel, and terrorism.
They responded to audience members' questions.
Mr. Malley was special assistant to the president for Arab-Israel affairs, 1998-2001. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Ghaith al-Omari Director (Former) Palestinian Authority->International Relations
- David Makovsky Director Washington Institute for Near East Policy->Project on the Middle East Peace Process
- Robert Malley Program Director Washington
- Robert Satloff Executive Director Washington Institute for Near East Policy
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