Robert Malley

International Crisis Group

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Robert Malley is vice president for policy at the International Crisis Group, where he previously served as director of its Middle East and North Africa Program.

Malley served as a senior adviser to President Obama's Counter-ISIL Campaign, and as special assistant to President Clinton for Arab-Israeli affairs.

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