Peace, Diplomacy and Division

Is diplomacy a dying art? It is at least an underappreciated one, says former U.S. Ambassador to Oman Gary Grappo. He takes part in a panel discussion on the art of diplomacy Saturday, April 13 following…

Is diplomacy a dying art? It is at least an underappreciated one, says former U.S. Ambassador to Oman Gary Grappo.

He takes part in a panel discussion on the art of diplomacy Saturday, April 13 following the Off Square reading of “Oslo.” The Tony award-winning play chronicles the previously unknown details about the 1993 Israel-Palestine peace accord.

Ahead of that talk, he discussed diplomacy’s shifting role under the Trump administration, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and more. Here is an excerpt form that conversation.

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