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Speaker Events - February 08, 2010

Nasser Al-Kidwa: 2-State Solution Still Valid "But Not For Long"

"Is the two-state solution still valid?" asked Nasser Al-Kidwa, the long-time Palestinian official, in a rhetorical question to a standing-room-only crowd at IPI. “I think the good news here, at least from my perspective, is that yes, it is still valid,” he said. “The bad news, nevertheless is that it will not be valid for a long time.” 

 

Panel Discussions - October 17, 2009

Forum on IPI Palestinian Poll Showing Support for 2-State Plan

Dr. Khalil Shikaki, director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah, and Daniel Levy, a member of Israel’s delegation to the Taba negotiations with the Palestinians in 2001, participated in a policy forum debate at IPI on the results of an IPI poll that portrayed Palestinians supporting a two-state peace plan. 

 

Panel Discussions - September 21, 2009

Foreign Ministers, International Officials Meet on Mideast at IPI

On September 20 and 21, IPI convened two ministerial working dinners in its Trygve Lie Center for Peace, Security & Development on the situation in the Middle East. 

 

Speaker Events - August 03, 2009

Columnist Roger Cohen Gives Gripping Account of Protests in Iran

Roger Cohen, New York Times op-ed columnist, was one of the last international correspondents to leave Iran after spending days with Iranians who swarmed the avenues and alleys of Tehran in June to demonstrate against the outcome of the election that the government contended — to much public derision — was won by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  

 

Panel Discussions - May 04, 2009

Israel’s Shalom Sees Middle East Struggle As Between Extremists and Moderates

During a visit to IPI, Silvan Shalom stated that the struggle in the Middle East should not be classed as between Israelis and Palestinians, but between extremists and moderates.