American Peace Process Diplomacy: What Works? What Doesn’t?

Sources The Washington Institute



Media – The Middle East peace process may be in suspended animation today, but there was a time when U.S. leaders burned with ambition to make peace breakthroughs and the globe-trotting exploits of American diplomats made headlines around the world. As current leaders wait for a more propitious moment to wade back into the process, what lessons can they learn from past dealmakers Henry Kissinger, Jimmy Carter, and James Baker?

To distill practical wisdom from the experiences of three of the most accomplished and consequential American leaders to pursue Middle East peacemaking, The Washington Institute is pleased to announce a virtual Policy Forum with:

Stuart Eizenstat, former deputy secretary of the Treasury and author of President Carter: The White House Years (2018).

Susan Glasser, staff writer for the New Yorker and coauthor of The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III (with Peter Baker, 2020). Martin Indyk, two-time U.S. ambassador to Israel and author of the just-released Master of the Game: Henry Kissinger and the Art of Middle East Diplomacy.

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