Daniel Levy is the president of the U.S./Middle East Project, based in New York and London, and is a former Israeli negotiator.
With the clock running out on the Bush administration, can late efforts amount to actual progress in the Middle East? Is the Annapolis process doomed, or can Sec. Rice finally make some progress?Daniel LevyApr 14, 2008
To keep the world's tinder box from exploding even more violently, George W. Bush's successor is going to have to pursue a radically different Middle Eastern policy. Some policy pointers: Get out of Iraq. Work with (some) Islamists. Create the Palestinian state. Thereby, undercut al-Qaeda.Daniel LevyMar 19, 2008
Last week's border destruction granted a period of grace for Gaza, but it has also shown the holes in Israeli, Egyptian, United States, and Palestinian Authority policies.Daniel LevyJan 31, 2008
Ignoring Hamas and Gaza isn't going to work. Herein, a three-part plan to address the current crisis and relaunch a viable peace process.Daniel LevyJun 22, 2007
The fatal flaw in the "benchmarks" approach to Iraq, and what an effective alternative might look like.Daniel LevyMay 24, 2007