Clayton Swisher

Director of Programs at the Middle East Institute

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Director of Programs at the Middle East Institute and author of The Truth about Camp David: The Untold Story about the Collapse of the Middle East Peace Process

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Two weeks ago in Mecca, Saudi Arabia brokered a "unity government" deal between the Palestinian factions, Islamist Hamas and secular Fattah.

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