Theodore Feifer

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From the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) website:

Theodore Feifer is a program officer in the Institute's Professional Training Program. He joined the Institute following a 26-year career in the Foreign Service. He specialized in the Arab-Israeli peace process, serving two assignments at the United States Embassy in Tel Aviv and as an adviser to the special Middle East coordinator. He participated in the Egypt-Israel peace treaty and autonomy negotiations, Israeli-Palestinian bilateral talks, and the Middle East Multilateral Working Groups. Feifer helped establish the Israel-Lebanon monitoring group and served as deputy head of the United States delegation in 1996–97.
As officer in charge of Cyprus in the United States Department of State in 1985–87, Feifer was involved in the search for a Cyprus peace settlement. He also taught at the Armed Forces Staff College, where he lectured on the interagency process and the role of the military in peace operations. He holds a Ph.D. in government and politics from the University of Maryland and is a graduate of the National War College.[1]