20 Years After Oslo

As Secretary of State John Kerry’s April deadline for a peace agreement approaches, a key concern is whether the Israeli and Palestinian publics are ready to support an agreement. Where do Israelis and Palestinians stand on key issues, and what kind of peace agreement do they want?

Twenty years after the signing of the Oslo Accords, Zogby Research Services examined these questions in its latest public opinion poll on Israeli and Palestinian attitudes toward the peace process: 20 Years After Oslo.

Please join Arab American Institute and the New America Foundation’s Middle East Task Force for the survey’s public release and a discussion of its findings. The poll, conducted for the Sir Bani Yas Forum in the UAE, provides critical insights for today’s peace negotiators as they seek a viable agreement that both the Israeli and Palestinian publics can support.


Wednesday, January 22, 2014 - 9:30am - 11:00am

New America Foundation

1899 L Street NW Suite 400

Washington, DC 20036

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If you are unable to join us in person, please tune in to the New America Foundation's live webcast of the event. No signup is required to view the streaming video. 

Join the conversation online using #20AfterOslo and following @AAIUSA and @NewAmerica.




James Zogby 

President, Arab American Institute and Zogby Research Services



Khaled Elgindy

Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution 


Lara Friedman

Director, Policy and Government Relations, Americans for Peace Now



Leila Hilal

Director, Middle East Task Force, New American Foundation