Tag: Dan Shapiro

Dan Shapiro quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, “Israel’s Shadow War with Iran Widens as Netanyahu Faces Close Election Contest”

“‘Multiple engagements that are highly public on multiple fronts, with perhaps a political context attached to them, could incentivize one or more of Israel’s enemies to try to escalate into a much more expansive conflict,’ said Daniel Shapiro, former U.S. ambassador to Israel who is now at the Institute for …

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Dan Shapiro and Yoel Guzansky write in Foreign Policy: “Gulf-Israel Ties Might Not Survive Trump’s Peace Plan”

“The U.S.-sponsored Peace to Prosperity workshop in Manama, Bahrain, last month—an effort spearheaded by U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, to sell the economic portion of a broader Middle East peace plan—had limited success in its stated purpose of advancing Palestinian economic development. But it showed …

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Dan Shapiro cited in TIME article, “‘Only the Strong Survive.’ How Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu Is Testing the Limits of Power”

“To some, Netanyahu is his own worst enemy. The September contest will pit the Prime Minister’s self-declared role as Israel’s protector, ‘indispensable Netanyahu,’ against ‘Bibi fatigue,’ says Daniel Shapiro, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel. Driving the ‘fatigue’ are the three separate corruption investigations Netanyahu faces. One contends that he …

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