Daniel C. Kurtzer

Daniel C. Kurtzer

Daniel Charles Kurtzer was the United States ambassador to Israel from 2001 to 2005. He also served as U.S. ambassador to Egypt during the term of President Bill Clinton. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Daniel C. Kurtzer has 10 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1990 Forum as a Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Near Eastern Affairs of the Department of State. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2013 with an average of 170 views per program as an Ambassador for the Egypt of the United States. Most common tag: Middle East.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2017 - Present Professor, Middle Eastern Policy Studies, Princeton University Videos: 1

Previously

Ambassador, Israel, United States c. January 1, 2001 - c. January 1, 2005 Videos: 4 Ambassador, Egypt, United States November 10, 1997 - June 22, 2001 Videos: 1 Deputy Assistant Secretary, Near Eastern Affairs, Department of State c. January 1, 1989 - c. December 31, 1994 Videos: 4

Recent Appearances

  • Iran-Middle East Relations

    Iran-Middle East Relations

    Panelists discussed the role of Iran in the Middle East, how it had been affected by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear…

  • Special Envoys and Diplomacy

    Special Envoys and Diplomacy

    Former ambassadors talked about the use of special envoys in international areas of conflict. They discussed their…

  • Political Upheaval in Egypt

    Political Upheaval in Egypt

    Witnesses testified on recent political upheaval in Egypt in which after the country’s military removed the democratically-elected…

  • Obama Administration and Middle East Peace Process

    Obama Administration and Middle East Peace Process

    Five former U.S. ambassadors who served in Israel and the Arab world talked about the Obama administration’s current involvement…

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