U.S. Middle East Policy

After the latest round of violence in the Middle East, we'll look at U.S. policy towards Israel and the Palestinians. Is the two-state solution still the best approach, and should America continue to follow the roadmap to peace?


David Makovsky
*Senior fellow, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
*Author of Making Peace with the PLO: The Rabin Government's Road to the Oslo Accord

Rashid Khalidi
*Edward Said professor of Arab studies and literature
*Director of the Middle East Institute at Columbia University

Barbara Slavin
*Senior diplomatic correspondent for USA Today *Former correspondent for The Economist in the Middle East (in the 1980s)



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