The 1993 Oslo Accords signed by the Israelis and the Palestinian Authority will expire on Tuesday May 4. Last week PLO leaders agreed to put off a decision about a threatened declaration of statehood until after Israel’s general election later in the month. A panel talks about the Oslo Accords: what they originally were designed to accomplish, what they achieved, why they failed, and where the two sides go from here.


  • James Zogby President of the Arab American Institute; author "Arab Voices: What They Are Saying to Us, and Why it Matters."
  • Geoffrey Kemp The Nixon Center
  • Daniel Pipes Editor of the Middle East Quarterly


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