Scoping Study of U.S.-Israel Dialogue

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Center on Contemporary Conflict
Kane, Chen
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2015-05
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Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School
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Objective: Over the last twenty years, there has been an increase in security-related Track 2 dialogues in the Middle East. Yet, with Israel, one of the region’s most important states and a nuclear power, few Track 2 dialogues addressing mutual security concerns have been held. They are needed to foster a more open exchange and discussion of emerging mutual security issues. This study will evaluate the feasibility and scope of a future Track 2 dialogue between the United States and Israel within the 2016 timeframe.
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Performer: Middlebury Institute of International Studies Project Lead: Chen Kane Project Cost: $70,000 FY15-16
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