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THINGS NOT GOING GREAT FOR Rex Tillerson - David E. Sanger, Gardiner Harris and Mark Landler: "Some in the White House say that the discord in the Qatar dispute is part of a broader struggle over who is in charge of Middle East policy - Mr. Tillerson ...
According to Maloney, who acknowledged that a Hillary Clinton administration would also have been more confrontational toward Iran than the Obama administration was, it's still too early to really say what Trump's Iran policy will eventually look like ...

According to Maloney, who acknowledged that a Hillary Clinton administration would also have been more confrontational toward Iran than the Obama administration was, it's still too early to really say what Trump's Iran policy will eventually look like ...
Time has come to implement George Bush, Bill Clinton and other leaders road map plan to end Israels illegal occupation, expansion and settlement of foreigners (especially whites) on Palestinian stolen land and an entire change in middle eastern policy.
U.S. President Donald Trump presented a reversed Middle East policy during his maiden overseas trip to Saudi Arabia and Israel, by calling for an anti-Iran coalition, which may fuel the tension in the region and jeopardize efforts for reconciliation ...
U.S. President Donald Trump presented a reversed Middle East policy during his maiden overseas trip to Saudi Arabia and Israel, by calling for an anti-Iran coalition, which may fuel the tension in the region and jeopardize efforts for reconciliation ...

Thomas Hedges: In his early days, Schumer wasn't as focused on foreign policy, in the years before 911 would shift America's attention to the Middle East, Congressman Schumer, along with the new Democrats like Bill Clinton among others, would exploit ...
While Tillerson did not fully explain his comments, the mere suggestion that solving the Israeli-Palestinian is key to solving the broader problems of the Middle East in challenging violent extremism is "nonsensical", said Tamara Cofman Wittes, a ...
The more recent incarnation of White House Ramadan events didn't really start until Bill Clinton was president; then-First Lady Hillary Clinton presided over an Eid celebration in 1996.
"At this stage of an administration, keeping your cards close to your vest is probably not a bad thing," said Dennis Ross, who served as a Middle East peace envoy under President George H.W.
That year, he also founded the Saban Center For Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, in Washington, D.C. He . .
A short time ago, I spoke to two people with lengthy experience in American diplomacy and foreign affairs, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, who served in the Bill Clinton administration, and Stephen Hadley, who was George W. Bush's ...
The seismic change in the US, the 'financialization' of the domestic economy started under Jimmy Carter and was deepened and expanded under the subsequent Presidents Ronald Regan, George H W Bush, Sr.
... Ashrawi's lacerating speech on the cruel delusions of the peace process at the Israel lobby conference in March. Now the conference sponsors, Institute for Research: Middle East Policy and the Washington Report for Middle East Affairs, have ...
When it comes to Middle East policy, usually all roads don't lead to Rome. But President Donald Trump has good reason to visit the pope on the same circuit as his peace ... For the deal to be acceptable to the Saudis (not to mention the Palestinians ...
The seismic change in the US, the 'financialization' of the domestic economy started under Jimmy Carter and was deepened and expanded under the subsequent Presidents Ronald Regan, George H W Bush, Sr.
A further erosion of workers' gains came about during Ronald Reagan's assault on government, "Government is the problem"; and Bill Clinton's second term political "triangulation," when he declared, "The era of big government is over," the result being ...

The Middle East policy of Trump and, more broadly, of the West looks erratic only to someone who does not acknowledge the original sin that has been driving it: the colonization of Palestine.
Cluster munitions were widely used during the Clinton administration's war in the Balkans, but left the battlefield littered with bomblets that had failed to explode and so continued to kill and maim long after the war was concluded.
When Donald Trump ordered a Tomahawk missile strike on the air base where Bashar-al Assad's planes left with their lethal payload, he took the strong action which Barack Obama failed to take in 2013.
(AL-MASRY AL-YOUM, via AP). This frame grab from video shows an ambulance outside Saint Mark's Cathedral following a suicide bombing that killed several people, just after Coptic Pope Tawadros II finished services, in the coastal city of Alexandria, Eg..
"The one thing any American president needs, to have influence, is a perception from the Israeli public that this guy is on their side," said Dennis Ross, who led President Bill Clinton's ill-fated peace push in the 1990s. "Obama never established that ...
Hardin Lang is a Senior Fellow at the Center For American Progress, where he focuses on U.S. national security, multilateral affairs, and Middle East policy. Prior to joining American Progress, Lang was a senior fellow in ... During his tenure at the ...
Bill Clinton all but openly campaigned against Netanyahu the first time he ran for prime minister in 1996, seeing him as an ideological opponent of a Palestinian State.
In 1993, the Clinton administration launched the National Partnership for Reinventing government, which wound up giving hundreds of agency-specific recommendations to federal agencies.
(Malley, a peace negotiator under President Bill Clinton, had insisted that both Israelis and Palestinians were to blame for the collapse of talks in 2000.
... him out in the first four years. (Malley, a peace negotiator under President Bill Clinton, had committed the heresy of insisting that both Israelis and Palestinians were to blame for the collapse of talks in 2000.
... be a momentous break from what has been a cornerstone of US policy in the Middle East peace process since Bill Clinton's administration.
... diplomacy" for his extraordinarily intensive style of personal negotiation; Dennis Ross, who led Bill Clinton's ill-fated peace push in the 1990s, ...
... Albright speaks to students about Middle East policy approaches at Nerinx ... But Albright, who served under President Bill Clinton, says the ...
... expert at New York University, was once bear-hugged at a party by President Bill Clinton, who wanted to consult about Middle East policy), ...
John Kerry's Middle East plan mirrors Bill Clinton's futile end-of-term ... the administration's Middle East policy was trolled on twitter by the next ...
Leaders in the Middle East wasted no time in congratulating Donald Trump on his surprise election victory. Given Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric, ...
Some analysts argue that Hillary Clinton is on the same page as Barack Obama when it comes to Iran and Middle East policy. Indeed, Mrs ...
These days, defending U.S. Middle East policy is no easy matter. ... After working on the NSC under Bill Clinton's administration -- primarily on ...
Bill Clinton all but openly campaigned against Netanyahu the first time he ran for prime minister in 1996, seeing him as an ideological opponent of a Palestinian State.
... him out in the first four years. (Malley, a peace negotiator under President Bill Clinton, had committed the heresy of insisting that both Israelis and Palestinians were to blame for the collapse of talks in 2000.
... "listening" tour of the region this week could have been lifted from boilerplate dating back to the administration of George H.W.
... "listening" tour of the region this week could have been lifted from boilerplate dating back to the administration of George H. W. Bush, the first president to get Israelis and Palestinians into the same room, and through his successors, including ...
... tour of the region this week could have been lifted from boilerplate dating back to the administration of George H. W. Bush, the first president to get Israelis and Palestinians into the same room, and through his successors, including Bill Clinton ...
Experts on the Israeli-American relationship said the choreography bore the imprint of Israel's ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, and Mr. Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who is taking a leading role in Middle East policy for the ...
Fundamentally, it requires Washington to eschew the drumbeat of liberal internationalism - the misguided foreign policy doctrine that has stretched thin American power since the Clinton administration and destabilized world order. Instead, the Trump ...
Since the collapse of the Oslo peace process and the outbreak of the second intifada against Israel in 2000, successive U.S. administrations have made dividing Israelis and Palestinians into two separate states a cornerstone of their Middle East policy ...
Since the collapse of the Oslo peace process and the outbreak of the second intifada against Israel in 2000, successive U.S. administrations have made dividing Israelis and Palestinians into two separate states a cornerstone of their Middle East policy ...
Ambitious peace plans, going beyond what most Israelis before, then and since regarded as prudent, the first brokered by US President Bill Clinton in 2000-01, the second proposed by then-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in 2008, were rebutted without ...
Previously, he served as a Middle East policy advisor and foreign policy speechwriter at the White House, the State Department, and the U.S.
The Clinton administration was implacably opposed to him and worked openly with the Israeli deep state to unseat him. The media hated him even ... The two-state formula has been the foundation of US Middle East policy for a generation. It has also been ...
I can live with either one," he said, in what would be a momentous break from what has been a cornerstone of US policy in the Middle East peace process since Bill Clinton's administration. "I thought the two-state [solution] looked easier for a while ...
If the U.S. casts aside a blueprint for resolution that dates to the Clinton administration, it would put the two groups in uncharted territory.
In January 2001, Bill Clinton became the first sitting U.S. president to explicitly declare that "there can be no genuine resolution to the conflict" without one.


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