Podcast: Eugene Kontorovich on the New American Peace Plan and How It Differs from the Old Ones

The expert on international law joins us to explain why he thinks the new plan might work where others have failed.

A Central Intelligence Agency map of Jerusalem in 2006. Wikipedia.

A Central Intelligence Agency map of Jerusalem in 2006. Wikipedia.

Observation
March 5 2020
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Eugene Kontorovich is a professor at George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law, director of its Center for International Law in the Middle East, and a scholar at the Kohelet Policy Forum in Jerusalem.


This Week’s Guest: Eugene Kontorovich

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