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The Carter Center Conflict Resolution Program – Q&A With Hrair Balian

Hrair Balian joined The Carter Center in 2008 as director of the Conflict Resolution Program. Balian oversees the program’s efforts to monitor conflicts around the world and coordinates the Center’s cross-program efforts in the Middle East. He is also an adjunct professor at the Emory University Law School, teaching an advanced international negotiations seminar.

What is the goal of the …

Carter Center Experts Q&A – Two Palestines? What is Risked by a “West Bank first” Policy? Q&A with Middle East Experts

In the following Q&A, panel members from “Two Palestines? What is Risked by a ‘West Bank First’ Policy?,” held at The Carter Center in July 2007, answer audience questions that remained following the event.

Panelists included Daniel Levy, former adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and leader of the Geneva Peace Initiative; Mustapha Barghouthi, former minister of information in …

Palestinian Legislative Council Elections: Expert Q&A with David Carroll and Matthew Hodes

The Carter Center, with the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), will send an international delegation to monitor the 2006 Palestinian Legislative Council elections, set for Jan. 25.

Both organizations observed the 1996 and 2005 elections in the Palestinian Territories.

In this Q&A, Democracy Program Director Dr. David Carroll and Conflict Resolution Program Director Matthew Hodes examined the implication …

The 2005 Palestinian Elections: New Era for Middle East Peace?

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A Q&A with Carter Center experts Matthew Hodes and David Carroll on the Jan. 9, 2005, Palestinian presidential elections, with photo essay.…