Daniel Kurtzer
The Middle East Peace Process
Deep in a Hole

There is no “Plan B” for the Israelis and Palestinians.

The Middle East
Can the Egyptian-American Relationship Be “Reinvented”?

A strong U.S.-Egyptian relationship is necessary for the United States to achieve its many objectives in the Middle East. And permanent estrangement, which looks increasingly likely, is not a foregone conclusion.

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Releasing Pollard
Don’t Do It, Mr. Secretary

John Kerry’s laudable attempts at restarting the Mideast peace process appear to be in trouble. Releasing Jonathan Pollard in order to keep them limping along would be a mistake.

Behind the Settlements

West Bank settlements hollow out respect for the law in the State of Israel, argues a former U.S. Ambassador.

Intifada III

Bloody times ahead, again, for Israel and the Palestinians.

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