Writing for The New York Times, Ehud Eiran describes how regional engagement and dialogue may be able to lessen Israel’s existential insecurities in the Middle East.
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With rising political instability in its surrounding environment, Israel will have to adapt its foreign policy to deal with new strategic challenges, Dr. Ehud Eiran, a faculty affiliate of PON’s Middle East Negotiation Initiative, noted in a recent ynetnews article. Challenges facing Israel include the difficulties that come with weaker border control and the risk
Read more on “Israel’s Prisoner Exchange: An Irrational Trade?” from the January 2012 issue of the Negotiation newsletter in the following two articles:
Israel’s Deals with the Devils
By: Robert Mnookin
The Shalit Deal: Opportunities for Negotiators
By: Dr. Ehud Eiran
Last weekend’s violent deal between Israel and Islamic Jihad In Gaza was interpreted by some as proof that the Gilead Shalit prisoner exchange compromised Israeli security. Beyond these recent events it is indeed clear, as Professor Robert H. Mnookin and others warned, that the Shalit deal generated numerous risks for Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and
Ehud Eiran, an affiliate of the Program on Negotiation and former fellow who is currently a research fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School and a lecturer at MIT, published an article in Ha’aretz about the relationship between the United States and Egypt titled “What Makes Alliance
Nir Eisikovits (director of Suffolk University’s Graduate Program in Ethics and Public Policy) and Ehud Eiran (associate at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School)
“Once Israelis and Palestinians start talking to each other again, all parties may need to find a new way of thinking about what these fragile negotiations
Ehud (Udi) Eiran is a Research Fellow at the Belfer Center’s International Security Program. He holds a B.A (Magna Cum Laude) and an LL.B from Tel Aviv University, and an M. Phil (High Pass) from Cambridge University. Eiran is a Ph.D candidate in Politics at Brandeis University.
Prior to his studies, Eiran served
Ehud Eiran, an affiliate of the Program on Negotiation and former fellow who is currently a research fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School and a lecturer at MIT, was interviewed last week on NPR, by the NY Times and in Newsweek about the Gaza Flotilla blockade.
Robert H. Mnookin is the Samuel Williston Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, the Chair of the Executive Committee, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, and the Director of the Harvard Negotiation Research Project. A leading scholar in the field of conflict resolution, Professor Mnookin has applied his interdisciplinary approach to negotiation and conflict resolution to a remarkable range of problems, both public and private.
Negotiation experts played a variety of roles in working through possible scenarios for negotiating with Iran over the issue of nuclear capability. As shown on the PBS television program, The Charlie Rose Show, the experts posed questions and “gamed out” different options, imagining possible responses of the other parties. PON affiliate Ehud Eiran participated in