Joel Singer is the former Legal Adviser to the Israeli Foreign Ministry under the Rabin-Peres Government. He negotiated the Israel-PLO Mutual Recognition Agreement, the Oslo Agreement and its implementing agreements with the PLO (1993-96). Singer was also a principal author of the Israeli autonomy model developed pursuant to the 1978 Camp David Accords and was a member of the Israeli delegation to the Autonomy Talks with Egypt and the United States under the Begin Government (1979-1982).
Our Voice of the Week is a conversation between Joseph Braude and Tamara Cofman Wittes, who debate the opportunities for Arab-Israeli normalisation created by initiatives beyond the commonly discussed security and economic sectors. This discussion was part of a Policy Forum event held at the Washington Institute on 11 February 2019.