Daniel Levy

European Council on Foreign Relations

Guest

Director of the Middle East and North Africa Program at the European Council on Foreign Relations and editor of its Middle East Channel; senior research fellow at the New America Foundation; former Policy Director for the Geneva Initiative, a joint Israeli-Palestinian plan for peace; former advisor and peace negotiator for then-Prime Minister Ehud Barak

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In the British Parliament this week, long-time supporters of Israel expressed outrage at the annexation of 950 acres of Palestinian land for yet another Israeli settlement.

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