Tag: Dennis Ross

Dennis Ross writes with David Makovsky in The Washington Post: “Trump’s Peace Plan Won’t Have A Chance Unless Israel Shows Restraint on Annexation”

“The Trump administration has now unveiled its Mideast peace plan. While we should expect plenty of debate about its terms, which represent a sharp departure from past U.S. peacemaking efforts, another development has essentially pushed the plan into the background. Israeli officials have announced that they plan to annex all …

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Dennis Ross writes with Dana Stroul in Foreign Policy: “The United States Can Offer the People of Lebanon and Iraq Something Tehran Can’t”

“Protests and upheaval are sweeping Iraq and Lebanon. The wrath of demonstrators in the streets is being directed against their own political classes and at Iran’s government. Citizens in Lebanon and Iraq are not only fed up with economic mismanagement, ineffective governance, and entrenched corruption of political elites at home, …

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Dennis Ross quoted in The New York Times article, “Netanyahu and Pompeo Seek Heightened Pressure on Iran in Wake of Violent Protests”

“Dennis Ross, who helped negotiate earlier peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians during the Clinton administration, said the United States already has robust military agreements with Israel. “He predicted the Pentagon would be reluctant to support a formal treaty now — in part because it could be seen as …

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