Podcast: Shany Mor on What Makes America's Peace Processors Tick

The Israeli researcher joins us to talk about his blockbuster essay in Mosaic.

On July 17, 2000, U.S. President Bill Clinton meets with, from left to right, Palestinian negotiator Nabi Abu Rudineh, Rob Malley, and Chairman of the PLO Yasir Arafat at the Middle East peace summit at Camp David in Maryland. Photo by Sharon Farmer/Newsmakers via GettyImages. 

On July 17, 2000, U.S. President Bill Clinton meets with, from left to right, Palestinian negotiator Nabi Abu Rudineh, Rob Malley, and Chairman of the PLO Yasir Arafat at the Middle East peace summit at Camp David in Maryland. Photo by Sharon Farmer/Newsmakers via GettyImages. 

Observation
Feb. 18 2021
About the authors

Shany Mor is a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute and a research fellow at the Chaikin Center for Geostrategy and the Herzl Institute for the Study of Zionism, both at the University of Haifa.

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