The Much Too Promised Land by Aaron David Miller

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For nearly twenty years, Aaron David Miller has played a central role in U.S. efforts to broker Arab-Israeli peace. His position as an advisor to presidents, secretaries of state, and national security advisors has given him a unique perspective on a problem that American leaders have wrestled with for more than half a century. Read more >

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Aaron David Miller

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Entries from The Much Too Promised Land tagged with 'Barack Obama'

Confirming Clinton: The Today Show talks to Aaron David Miller

In report by Andrea Mitchell discussing Hillary Clinton's confirmation hearing on this morning's Today Show, Aaron David Miller discusses the need for unanimity between the potential Secretary of State and President-elect Barack Obama in their approach to diplomatic problems in... more

If Obama Is Serious...

You can read a brand new op-ed from Aaron David Miller, titled "If Obama Is Serious," in the January 12, 2009 issue of Newsweek. Here is an excerpt: "Don't get me wrong. Barack Obama--as every other U.S. president before him--will... more

Commentary: Obama inherits century-old headache in Mideast

Here is an excerpt from Aaron David Miller's special commentary on "In the torturous history of the Arab-Israeli conflict, sometimes violence, war and insurgency have set the stage for diplomatic breakthroughs and serious American diplomacy. Such was the case... more

New Interviews with Aaron David Miller about the conflict in Gaza

Aaron David Miller has been featured in several recent articles discussing the Israeli operation in Gaza, Middle East diplomacy, and how the conflict will affect President-elect Barack Obama's plans. January 1, 2009: New York Times Clinton, Familiar With Pitfalls of... more

Team of Rivals -- A Prescription for Disaster

As the chattering classes pick up the idea of a team of rivals and apply it to Obama's approach to his own cabinet, one can only wonder and despair. It may have worked for Lincoln (even here you need to... more