Hopes for Peace in a Troubled Region: The View from Israel
Former Israeli Chief Peace Negotiator, Gilead Sher, visited the Wilson Center to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and peace process. We took the opportunity to speak with him about the newest round of negotiations and also about the larger security picture in the region. He provides insight and context.
Gilead Sher, a former Israeli Chief Negotiator, is a Senior Research Fellow for the Institute for National Security Studies, Tel Aviv, where he directs the Center for Applied Negotiations. He is also a co-founder and co-chairman of Blue White Future, an organization that seeks to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the basis of a “two states for two peoples” solution.
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