February 07, 2020

Politics of the US-Mideast Peace Plan

By Ilan Goldenberg

Ilan Goldenberg, Director of the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security and Ellen Laipson, Professor and Director of the Center for Security Policy Studies at George Mason University, discuss the timing and politics of the Trump Administration’s long awaited Middle East Peace plan, which is widely seen as biased in favor of Israel. They tell host Carol Castiel that the plan, which the Palestinians and the Arab League have rejected, has little chance of implementation.

Listen to the full conversation:

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