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Sunday, September 26, 2004

Brookings Scholar: Martin S. Indyk

Brookings Scholar: Martin S. Indyk: "Martin S. Indyk
Senior Fellow: Foreign Policy Studies
Director, Saban Center for Middle East Policy

One-Page Bio

Publications on this site

Arab-Israeli conflict; Iraq, Iran, and the Persian Gulf; Libya, Algeria and North Africa

Current Projects
Clinton administration diplomacy in the Middle East
Ph.D., Australian National University, 1977; B.Econ., University of Sydney, 1972

Previous Positions: U.S. Ambassador to Israel (1995-97, 2000-01); Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs, U.S. Department of State (1997-2000); Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs, National Security Council (1993-95); Executive Director, Washington Institute for Near East Policy; Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University



Contributions to Edited Volumes:

"The Post-War Balance of Power in the Middle East," After the Storm, Lessons from the Gulf War, J. Nye, ed. (Madison Books/Aspen Institute Books, 1992)


"A Trusteeship for Palestine?" Foreign Affairs (May 2003)

"U.S. Victory in Iraq Opens Possibility of Palestinian-Israeli Settlement," Ronald W. Burke Forum, UCLA (4/9/03)

"Back to the Bazaar," Foreign Affairs (January 2002)

"U.S. Policy Toward Iran and Iraq: Symposium on Dual Containment," Middle East Policy (1994)

"America's Choice in the Middle East," The National Interest (Winter 1991)

"1991: A Watershed Year in the Middle East," Foreign Affairs (1991)

Congressional Testimony:
"The War on Terror and the Palestinian Intifadah," House Committee on International Relations: Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, (September 25, 2001)"


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