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The Middle East: How Much Is It Changing?

The political dynamic in the Middle East is changing for the better, according to a distinguished panel of experts who gathered at the Graduate School of Journalism on April 6. And much of that change, they say, can be credited to the Bush administration. Nicholas Lemann, dean of the School of Journalism, moderated a discussion that included Ethan Bronner, deputy foreign editor for The New York Times; Khalil Shikaki, director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR); Ilene Prusher, Jerusalem bureau chief for the Christian Science Monitor; and Michael B. Oren, s enior fellow at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem.

 

 
Nicholas Lemann Khalil Shikaki
Michael Oren Ethan Bronner
 
Ilene Prusher  

Moderator

Nicholas Lemann, dean, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University

Khalil Shikaki, director, Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Res earch, Ramallah

Michael B. Oren, senior fellow, Shalem Center, Jerusalem

Ethan Bronner, deputy foreign editor, The New York Times

Ilene Prusher, Jerusalem bureau chief, Christian Science Monitor

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Production Number:352
Shot: Apr 6, 2005
Published: May 03, 2005
Last modified:Sep 12, 2005