Yossi Alpher

Israeli consultant and author

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Author of Periphery: Israel's Search for Middle East Allies and No End of Conflict: Rethinking  Israel-Palestine; co-editor of BitterLemons.org, an Israeli-Palestinian Internet-based dialog; former director of the Jaffe Center for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University; former Mossad official

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