George J. Mitchell

US Envoy for Middle East Peace

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Former Senator from Maine (1980-1985) and US Senate Majority Leader under Presidents George Bush, Sr and Bill Clinton; special advisor to President Clinton for economic initiatives in Ireland (1995-2000); Chairman of the Sharm el-Sheikh International Fact-Finding Committee to examine crisis in Middle East (2000-2001); author of Making Peace, about the Northern Ireland peace accord; chairman emeritus of the law firm DLA Piper

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