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Shaikh Mohammad and the 50-member WINEP delegation discussed a wide range of political issues of mutual concern and ways of enhancing strategic bilateral cooperation so as to serve the interests of the two countries.
WINEP is the alleged policy think tank of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), its critics say.
In the reshuffle, Joseph Lieberman, who also sits on the boards of two other groups fighting the deal (WINEP and CNFI), became chairman.
WINEP, as other hawkish pro-Israeli groups, has served as an advocacy platform for Israel, and also fashioned Israeli styled 'peace makers.' Interestingly, both Dennis and Indyk blamed Palestinians for the failure of previous peace talks.
Ross's first paper at WINEP called on the State Department to appoint "non-Arabist Special Middle East envoy," meaning a unprofessional diplomat who would "not feel guilty about our relationship with Israel".
In a speech before the pro-Israel think tank, theWashington Institute on Near East Policy(WINEP) in May 2009, Lt.
"In all probability, it would be a major conflict, one fought over extensive areas of Lebanon, Israel, and probably Syria, featuring large military forces executing complex operations and resulting in substantial casualties (military and civilian) as well as major infrastructure damage in all of the countries involved," said a report from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) released this week.
Kramer, who is also a fellow at the influential Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), made the call early this month in a speech at Israel's Herzliya conference, a video of which is posted on his blog ( ( Superfluous young men, ( 7 February 2010).
The report, named as "Preventing a Cascade of Instability" was released by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP).
"Several top advisers to Obama--including Tony Lake, United Nations ambassador-designate Susan Rice, Tom Daschle and Dennis Ross, along with leading Democratic hawks like Richard Holbrooke, close to vice president-elect Joe Biden or secretary of state-designate Hillary Clinton--have made common cause with war-minded think-tank hawks at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), and other hard-line institutes."
(6.) Mehdi Khalaji, "Apocalyptic Politics," Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), Policy Focus, 79 (January 2008): 20.