Nadia Hijab

Senior Fellow, Institute for Palestine Studies

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Senior fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies in Washington, DC

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In Marrakesh, Morocco, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told Arab leaders the US will deliver on President Obama's promise of a "new start" with the Muslim world.  But first  she…

Settlements, War Crimes and Middle East Peace

In Marrakesh, Morocco, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told Arab leaders the US will deliver on President Obama's promise of a "new start" with the Muslim world.  But first she…

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President Obama has promised a "new start" with the world's Muslims, but Secretary of State Clinton is finding again that's easier said than done.

Settlements, War Crimes and Middle East Peace

President Obama has promised a "new start" with the world's Muslims, but Secretary of State Clinton is finding again that's easier said than done.

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Four years after the Bush Administration severed relations with Syria, Hillary Clinton says America's on a " New Path " to Middle East peace, and will send two diplomats to Damascus.

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Four years after the Bush Administration severed relations with Syria, Hillary Clinton says America's on a " New Path " to Middle East peace, and will send two diplomats to Damascus.

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