Special Report Peace Architects In this Special Report, Vision publisher David Hulme speaks to key peace architects as he explores the roles of identity and ideology in the Middle East conflict. November 14, 2012 Jerusalem: At Peace or in Pieces? David Hulme Insight Video: Jerusalem remains a crucial factor in the Middle East and in world politics. The name Jerusalem means “city of peace,” but will the city ever live up to its name? Spring 2000 Peace Talk: Uri Savir David Hulme Vision interviews two key players in the Middle East peace talks. Spring 2000 Peace Talk: Abu Ala David Hulme Vision interviews two key players in the Middle East peace talks. Winter 2000 Peace Be Within Your Walls David Hulme Vision publisher David Hulme interviews Shimon Peres, former prime minister of Israel, member of the Knesset, and founder of the Peres Center for Peace. Fall 2008 Building Peace David Hulme Career diplomat Uri Savir has a passion for peace in the Middle East. This interview by publisher and Mideast scholar David Hulme is Savir’s second for Vision. July 31, 2007 Peace Talk: Effie Eitam David Hulme Middle East scholar David Hulme interviews MK Effie Eitam, whose new proposal highlights cooperation between Israel, Jordan and Egypt in Middle East conflict. Winter 2004 Jerusalem: The Fragile Mosaic David Hulme Bernard Wasserstein offers a perspective on the importance of Jerusalem to the Jewish people and the likelihood of a peaceful resolution of “the Jerusalem Question.” Spring 2007 Two Men, One City David Hulme Two stories from the 1967 Six-Day War—concerning David Ben-Gurion and Yasser Arafat—illustrate the heart of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Winter 2001 City of Peace in Pieces? David Hulme Both Palestinians and Israelis claim a right to the eternal city, but what makes the issue so contentious? Winter 2000 A Vision for the New Middle East? David Hulme Shimon Peres continues to break the mold. In his own words he has shifted from being a “terrible hawk” to espousing the cause of peace. Spring 2000 A New Moderation in the Middle East? David Hulme There is a new optimism that the Palestinian Israeli conflict can be resolved. But can peace emerge from the thorny issues surrounding this age old conflict?