Is a permanent
Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement
What are the issues, the
obstacles, and the opportunities ahead?
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think tank aimed
at resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
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Baskin the Israeli Co-Director, co-founded IPCRI
following years of experience facilitating Jewish-Arab relations
within Israel, during which he worked for Interns for Peace, the
Ministry of Education and the Institute for Education for
Jewish-Arab Coexistence. Dr. Baskin has published books and
articles in the Hebrew, English and Arabic press on a range of
topics related to the conflict. During the Premiership of
the late Yitzhak Rabin, he served as an outside policy advisor
of the peace process. Dr. Baskin was a member of the Jerusalem
Experts Committee established by the Israeli Prime Minister's
Office during the Final Status Negotiations in 2000-2001.
Siniora, a member of the Palestinian National Council
since 1990, has a long and distinguished history of public
service. He was the first Palestinian to officially meet
Secretary of State George Schultz as a representative of the
occupied territories, facilitating President Reagan's official
recognition of the PLO. He served as a member of the Palestinian
Jordanian delegation and advised the Palestinian delegation to
Madrid in the early 90s. He is the founder and publisher of the
Jerusalem Times, a weekly English-language Palestinian paper,
and founder and co-chair of the Israeli-Palestinian radio
station "All for Peace."
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