The IMF, World Bank and UN have recently concluded that the Palestinian Authority (PA) is now able to conduct the sound economic policies expected of a future well-functioning Palestinian state, given its solid track record in reforms. However, several recent developments have posed serious risks to the PA’s state-building capacity, and are also jeopardizing social stability in the Palestinian territories.
Palestinian Strategy: Reform, Representation, and a New Framework” with Ms. Noura Erakat, Mr. Khaled Elgindy, and Ms. Leila Hilal. Moderated by Dr. Subhi Ali.
Taking Stock in the Arab Uprisings: Where are we headed with Dr. Nathan Brown, Mr. Adel Iskandar, and Dr. Kristin Diwan. Moderated by Mr. Yousef Munayyer.
U.S. Policy After the Election: A Reason for Change; with Mr. Hrair Balian, Mr. Mark Perry, and Ms. Helena Cobban. Moderated by Dr. Eid Mustafa.
Mr. Antony Loewenstein and Mr. Ahmed Moor discuss the possibilities for a one-state solution to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict.
Noura Erakat examines the viability and legitimacy of the current Palestinian leadership. This is the final installment of our annual lecture series, a study of the extent to which Palestinian leadership represents Palestinian interests, and how their national objectives are at all manifest.
This panel examines the effectiveness of the Palestinian strategy for negotiating a peace. This is the second installment of the 13th annual summer lecture series, a study to the extent to which Palestinian leadership represents Palestinian interests, and how their national objectives are at all manifest.