Dennis Ross quoted in the Jerusalem Post article, “Will U.S. Presidential Candidates Care About the Middle East Peace Process?”

“'[Middle East policy] will not figure prominently,’ Dennis Ross, a former special assistant to president Barack Obama, and now William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at The Washington Institute, told the Post. ‘COVID-19 and the economic realities will be the preoccupation [of this election cycle],’ he predicted. “’Foreign policy, in general, will …

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Michael Camilleri writes with Michael Shifter in The New York Times: “It’s Not the Time for War Games With Venezuela”

“With last week’s significant deployment of United States naval assets in the Caribbean, the Trump administration upped the ante in its confrontation with the Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro. For the past 15 months, the administration has applied ‘maximum pressure’ on Mr. Maduro’s regime, with the hope that the upper echelons …

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