29.01.2012 [Ventura County Star] - Given this background and current severe tensions, the recent observations of DennisRoss are important. An unusually knowledgeable and dedicated public servant, he has served in both Democratic and Republican administrations, including President
(born November 26, 1948) is an American diplomat and author. He has served as the Director of Policy Planning in the State Department under President George H. W. Bush, the special Middle East coordinator under President Bill Clinton, and was a special adviser for the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia (which includes Iran) to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
DennisRoss, former U.S. Middle East envoy, and the author of the book "Statecraft: And How to Restore America's Standing in the World" speaks to Kelly Wallace about the situation... - 02.12.2008, Submission
17.02.2012 [The Independent] - The time, argues DennisRoss, the old Middle East hand who still advises the US government, in an article which has aroused considerable interest in Washington, may now be ripe for diplomacy to come into play. A deal, allowing Iran to continue with
16.02.2012 [Huffington Post] - DennisRoss, until recently US President Barack Obama's senior Middle East adviser, believes international sanctions against Iran are working. "The fact is [Iran's] currency has devalued by half in the last six weeks," said Ross, speaking to Haaretz in
15.02.2012 [Haaretz] - By Natasha Mozgovaya Tags: Barack Obama US Iran DennisRoss, until recently US President Barack Obama's senior Middle East adviser, believes international sanctions against Iran are working. "The fact is [Iran's] currency has devalued by half in the
14.02.2012 [Ynetnews] - Ross: Peace only alternative for Israel In recognition of his "leading role in shaping the US involvement in the Middle East peace process," Ambassador DennisRoss was honored by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) last week with its inaugural award for
02.02.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - ... activities recede, history could repeat itself and a new fault-line surface between Washington and its European partners Not necessarily, says DennisRoss, who was one of President Barack Obama's most senior advisors on Iran and the Middle East.
03.02.2012 [The Atlantic] - By Jeffrey Goldberg A strange story appeared in Haaretz the other day asserting that DennisRoss, the former Middle East negotiator, and recently departed Iran expert on President Obama's National Security Council, was provided a secure telephone line
15.02.2012 [Commentary] - Shortly after the Clinton administration ended and George W. Bush took office, and amidst the ashes of the Oslo process, DennisRoss, Clinton's Middle East envoy, was asked at a Washington Institute for Near East Policy talk what in hindsight he would
30.01.2012 [Commentary] - Last week, Haaretz reported that longtime Mideast hand DennisRoss was still advising President Obama on the Middle East, though no one was quite sure to what extent. Today, Haaretz follows up by noting the White House took the “unusual” step of
03.02.2012 [Middle East Online] - The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz (January 30, 2012) reported that the White House has installed a secure phone in DennisRoss' office in the Israeli–supported think tank, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Ross is an architect of controlled
30.01.2012 [Korea Times] - Given this background and current severe tensions, the recent observations of DennisRoss are important. An unusually knowledgeable and dedicated public servant, he has served in both Democratic and Republican administrations, including President
31.01.2012 [Jewish Telegraphic Agency (blog)] - DennisRoss is reprising his position as Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors and Professional Guiding Council at the Jewish People Policy Institute. Last month he left his position at the White House as the Obama administration's top Middle East
19.06.2009 by JohnFrum The emergence of Middle East spe…t DennisRoss as a presidential confidant is being scrutinized in Washington for its potential impact on Mr. Obama's approach to Tehran, as the nuclear issue and electoral crisis play out. ...