Despite leaders on both sides having expressed a desire to negotiate, recent actions by Palestine and Israel make the likelihood of a peace agreement seem dim. Brookings scholars discuss the issues, including implications for the Middle East peace process, challenges to U.S. diplomatic efforts and America’s standing in the Muslim world.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque - U.S. President Barack Obama speaks while hosting an Iftar dinner at the White House in Washington July 14, 2014.
Attention, Muslims: Don’t Boycott the President!
July 21, 2014, Shadi Hamid
Shadi Hamid looks at the intensifying debate within the American Muslim community on Gaza and "boycotting" Obama.
Middle East and North Africa
Opinion | LA Times
July 15, 2014, Ibrahim Sharqieh
Opinion | Al-Monitor
July 11, 2014, Bruce Riedel
Opinion | Foreign Policy
July 11, 2014, Natan B. Sachs
Testimony | The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
July 9, 2014, Shibley Telhami
June 27, 2014
June 9, 2014, Khaled Elgindy
Opinion | Al Arabiya
May 29, 2014, Neven Bondokji
Opinion | The Huffington Post
May 28, 2014, Ibrahim Sharqieh
May 22, 2014
Article | Foreign Policy
April 25, 2014, Khaled Elgindy
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Martin S. Indyk
Vice President and Director, Foreign Policy
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy, U.S. Relations with the Islamic World
Tamara Cofman Wittes
Director, Center for Middle East Policy
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy
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