Prospects for a Two State Solution in the Middle East

THU, MAY 6, 2010 (1:15:15)

Husam Zomlot, a widely acclaimed expert on peace solutions in culturally divided conflicts explores current prospects for a two state solution in the Middle East. Are there ways to develop greater mutual understanding in the region? What are the prospects that can be pursued successfully?

+ BIO: Husam Zomlot

Dr. Husam Zomlot is currently a visiting scholar at the Belfer Centre for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Dr Zomlot is a widely acclaimed expert on peace-building conceptual frameworks and the prescription of economic solutions for political problems in ethnically and politically charged conflict zones. He has researched and written extensively on the Middle East conflict and participated in international efforts to secure mutually agreeable frameworks conducive to Palestinian and Israeli collaboration and advancement.

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Jewish Culture Series
Muslim Culture Series
Peace in the Middle East Series
Peace in the Middle East Series