Geoffrey Aronson

Foundation for Middle East Peace

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Director of Research and Publications of the Foundation for Middle East Peace, a  nonprofit organization that promotes a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine

Geoffrey Aronson on KCRW

John Kerry has acknowledged that there is skepticism — even cynicism — about renewing the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks that broke off five years ago.  But, during his first months…

John Kerry's Gamble on 'Middle East Peace'

John Kerry has acknowledged that there is skepticism — even cynicism — about renewing the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks that broke off five years ago.  But, during his first months…

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President Obama delivered his  much-awaited speech  at Cairo University, paying tribute to the Egyptian people and the contribution of Islam to the history of science and culture.  But…

Barack Obama and the Muslim World

President Obama delivered his much-awaited speech at Cairo University, paying tribute to the Egyptian people and the contribution of Islam to the history of science and culture.  But…

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President Obama delivered his  much-awaited speech  at Cairo University today, paying tribute to the Egyptian people and the contribution of Islam to the history of science and…

President Obama Speaks in Cairo

President Obama delivered his much-awaited speech at Cairo University today, paying tribute to the Egyptian people and the contribution of Islam to the history of science and…

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