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Workshop: The EU After the Lisbon Treaty: A New Peacemaker Between Israelis and Palestinians?

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The EU After the Lisbon Treaty: A New Peacemaker Between Israelis and Palestinians? Morning Session, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Opening remarks: Nimrod Goren, Syracuse University & the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Chair: Sabith Khan, Syracuse University -Christine Mahoney, Syracuse University, Lisbon Treaty Reforms regarding the EU as an External Actor -Stephan Stetter, Bundeswehr University Munich (via video), The European Union and Border Conflicts: Comparative Perspectives on the Union's Direct and Indirect Impact -Keynote speaker: Costanza Musu, University of Ottawa, The EU and the Arab-Israel Conflict: An Unavoidable Entanglement? -Aaron David Miller, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (via video), Paying not Playing: The EU, the US, and Brokering Arab-Israeli Peace -Louis Kriesberg, Syracuse University, Mapping the Opportunities for Mediating the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Afternoon Session, 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Chair: Emy Matesan, Syracuse University -Havva Karakas-Keles, Syracuse University, Prospects for Peace after Lisbon: A Decision Making Approach -Nimrod Goren, Syracuse University & the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Can the EU Offer a Mega-incentive for Peace that the US Cannot? -Isaac Kfir, Syracuse University & the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Untangling a Ménagé a Trois: Can the EU Solve the Israeli-Hamas-US Quagmire? -Gadi Baltiansky, Geneva Initiative, Israeli Director (via video), 2010 – New Opportunities for Europe in the Middle East -Miriam Elman, Syracuse University, Europe, Israel, and the Jerusalem "Problem" -Glyn Morgan, Syracuse University, Israel as a European Member-State. 

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