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.
What’s hot and what’s not in the Middle East
September 3, 2015, Martin S. Indyk
Politics prevails over everything else in Washington, so it’s no surprise that the hottest issue in town is the Iran deal. Although Israeli-Arab peace doesn’t feature prominently on the political agenda at the moment, the two issues are closely connected.
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Martin S. Indyk
Executive Vice President, The Brookings Institution
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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