U.S./Middle East Project

Staff: Henry Siegman, Former Senior Fellow and Former Director for the U.S./Middle East Project
September 1, 1996 - March 2006

The U.S./Middle East Project seeks to forge new private/public-sector coalitions to advance the peace process in the Middle East in both its political and economic dimensions. The Project’s current programs include; the Independent Task Force on Strengthening Palestinian Public Institutions, the Study Group on Middle East Trade Options, the U.S./Middle East Project Roundtable, and the U.S.-European Consultation on the Middle East. The International Board of the U.S./Middle East Project, which serves as an advisory board to the Project, is chaired by The Honorable Brent Scowcroft, co-chaired by Osama el Baz, political advisor to Egyptian President Mubarak, and Robert K. Lifton, Council member and Medis Technologies Chairman, with Saudi Ambassador Bandar Bin Sultan as Honorary Chair. Board members include senior public and private sector leaders from the Middle East, the United States, and Europe.


Israeli Arab-Jewish Relations and the Peace Proces

Speakers: Khaled Absah, Sikkuy, Shalom Dichter, Sikkuy
Panelist: Henry Siegman
February 20, 2004

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The Courage to Refuse

Speaker: Guy Grossman
November 6, 2003

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Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah's Middle East Peace Initiative

Speaker: Henry Siegman
March 12, 2002

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Can Israelis and Palestinians Return to the Negotiating Table?

Speaker: Shlomo Ben Ami, Member, Knesset; former Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs
Presider: Henry Siegman
April 4, 2001

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