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"From Geneva to Annapolis" featuring Menachem Klein, Author of "A Possible Peace Between Israel and Palestine"

Washington, D.C. program with Klein, a professor at Bar Ilan University, author, and peace activist

Americans for Peace Now, the Foundation for Middle East Peace & Brit Tzedek V'Shalom

invite you to a talk by:

Menachem Klein

Author of "A Possible Peace Between Israel and Palestine - An Insider's Account of the Geneva Initiative"

Friday February 8, 2008, 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D.C.

A light lunch will be served.


Menachem Klein, scholar, professor and advisor to Israeli leaders, has been a strong and authoritative voice for an Israeli-Palestinian peace. His new book, his fourth on the conflict, combines rigorous scholarship and precise analysis with an idealistic, but practical vision of peace. The book draws on Klein's hands-on experience as an advisor to Israeli delegates in the Oslo talks and as part of the Israeli team that drafted, together with leading Palestinians, the unofficial Geneva Initiative of 2003. Klein's insider account of the Geneva process contains valuable advice to today's negotiators and offers hope that a mutually advantageous peace is possible.

Please RSVP to the Foundation for Middle East Peace by email at info@fmep.org.