Master of the Game
Political and Geopolitical • 57m
Looking back on the last two decades of efforts and frustrations since the last US-brokered peace agreement in the Middle East, Martin Indyk returns to the origins of American diplomacy in the region, led by Henry Kissinger. Using newly available documents from American and Israeli archives, extensive interviews with Kissinger, and his own experience with key players, Indyk takes us inside the negotiating rooms of the past to glean lessons for Middle East peacemaking in the present.
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