Fifty Years Since 1967: What Have We Learned about Arab-Israeli Peacemaking?
Jun 5 2017
1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW,
Washington, DC 20004
Since 1967 the Arab-Israeli confrontation has been shaped by both war-making and peacemaking. What have we learned about the balance of power, the internal politics of the main actors, and the role of outside powers? What lessons from negotiations—both successful and not—can be applied today’s situation? Join us as four seasoned observers of the Arab-Israeli conflict share their views on these and other matters.
Presented by the Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Middle East Forum of the Middle East Program at the Wilson Center.
Director, President and CEO, Wilson Center
Aaron David Miller
Vice President for New Initiatives and Distinguished Scholar
Historian, analyst, negotiator, and former adviser to Republican and Democratic Secretaries of State on Arab-Israeli negotiations, 1978-2003; Global Affairs Analyst with CNN
President and Founder, the American Task Force on Palestine
Senior Resident Scholar, Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington
Director, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Program, U.S. Institute of Peace
Director, Center for Middle East Policy, the Brookings Institution; Fellow – Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy, the Brookings Institution