Our Advocacy Agenda: Presidential Action

May 20, 2016

When President Obama came into office, he promised that Israeli-Palestinian peace would be a priority from day one.

Though the administration has worked hard to achieve peace, it’s clear that the conditions aren’t ripe to achieve a final peace agreement in the near future; certainly not during President Obama’s final months in office.

However, there are concrete steps the President can take to improve the situation for Israelis and Palestinians and increase prospects for peace in the future.

This week, we are releasing a series of videos on the importance of executive action and what such action could look like.

Part III: US Opposition to Settlements


Part II: An American Vision for Peace


Part I: Obama’s Opportunity