harold waller

"Palestinians reacted with anger and bafflement on Wednesday after the Trump administration apparently backed away from insisting that having two states — one for Israelis, one for Palestinians — was the only viable solution to the decades-long Middle East conflict." (New York Times)

"The peace process has been moribund. Trump and Netanyahu have shaken it up but the implications are hard to anticipate."
​—Harold Waller

Classified as: Israel, harold waller, Professor, Palestine, Expert, two-state solution
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Published on: 16 Feb 2017

These McGill University experts are available to comment on decisions made by Donald Trump and his team:

Classified as: jacob levy, Richard Gold, Rex Brynen, gil troy, harold waller, barry eidlin, Armand De Mestral, allison christians, Claudia Masferrer, leonardo baccini, Andrew Potter, Krzysztof Pelc, meagan bradley, Professor
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Published on: 23 Jan 2017
These McGill University experts are available to comment on the US presidential inauguration of Donald Trump:

Jacob Levy, Dept. of Political Science, McGill University

Classified as: gil troy, harold waller, jacob levy, experts, Rex Brynen, barry eidlin, donald trump
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Published on: 22 Dec 2016
These McGill University experts are available to comment on the race for the White House:

Jacob Levy, Dept. of Political Science, McGill University

Jacob Levy is one of the world’s leading libertarian political theorists.

jacob [dot] levy [at] mcgill [dot] ca (English)

Classified as: gil troy, harold waller, jacob levy, presidential, race, United States, Elections, Rex Brynen, barry eidlin, Presidential campaigning
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Published on: 7 Nov 2016

"On Monday, Iowa will kick off the 2016 race for the White House, a contest in which two fiery, fringe candidates from the left and right have hijacked the national imagination and undercut the political establishment." (Source: The Globe and Mail)

Classified as: harold waller, United States, presidential election, 2016
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Published on: 1 Feb 2016

With the U.S. Presidential Election Day on November 6, Americans must decide whether to re-elect President Barack Obama for a second term or vote for Republican candidate Mitt Romney.

Classified as: 2012, antonia maioni, chris ragan, gil troy, harold waller, jacob levy, leonard moore, mark brawley, presidential, race, tom velk, allison christians
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Published on: 1 Oct 2012