Robert Danin

Council on Foreign Relations

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Senior fellow for Middle East and Africa Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations; former head of the Office of the Quartet Representative for Tony Blair in Jerusalem, and a former US State Department official in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs

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John Kerry is in Egypt trying to broker a cease fire between Hamas and Israel.

Egypt’s Role in Mideast Peace

John Kerry is in Egypt trying to broker a cease fire between Hamas and Israel.

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Pope Francis visited the Middle East at the end of May.

Praying for Peace in a Hostile Climate

Pope Francis visited the Middle East at the end of May.

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Secretary of State John Kerry said today his effort to make peace between Israel and the Palestinians may not be worth further effort.

Kerry on US Middle East Policy, 'It's Reality Check Time'

Secretary of State John Kerry said today his effort to make peace between Israel and the Palestinians may not be worth further effort.

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