Daniel Kurtzer

Princeton University

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Professor of Middle Eastern Policy Studies at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs; former US Ambassador to Israel and Egypt (1997-2005)

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For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

Egyptians Vote in Historic Election

For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

from Which Way, L.A.?

For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

Democracy in the Land of the Pharaohs

For the first time in Egyptian history, voters are choosing a national leader, even though a constitution that spells out the powers of the office has yet to be enacted.

from To the Point

President Obama said renewing direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians might produce peace in a year.

Do the Middle East Peace Talks Have a Future?

President Obama said renewing direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians might produce peace in a year.

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