Robert Malley, "The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: An Insider's Account"
April 11, 2012
This is an audio recording of Robert Malley's lecture "The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: An Insider's Account" at the Harvard Kennedy School on April 3, 2012.
This was the third talk in the HKS Conversation Series: "Can the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Be Resolved?", a multi-part seminar series hosted by MEI fellow Diana Buttu, former legal advisor to the Palestinian negotiating team in its negotiations with Israel and later as an advisor to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Robert Malley is Program Director for the Middle East and North Africa at International Crisis Group. He directs analysts based in Amman, Cairo, Beirut, Tel Aviv and Baghdad. Together they report on the political, social and economic factors affecting the risk of conflict and make policy recommendations to address these threats. The team covers events from Iran to Morocco, with a heavy focus on the Arab-Israeli conflict, the situation in Iraq, and Islamist movements throughout the region. Robert also covers developments in the United States that affect policy toward the Middle East. He was Special Assistant to President Clinton for Arab-Israeli Affairs, 1998–2001, Executive Assistant to Samuel R. Berger, National Security Advisor, 1996–1998, and Director for Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs on the National Security Council, 1994–1996.
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