Dennis Ross Rejoins Think Tank

Dennis Ross, the former top Obama administration Middle East strategist, is rejoining the Jewish People Policy Institute as its co-chairman.

Ross, who left the White House last month, will serve as co-chairman of the board of directors and professional guiding council of the organization with Stuart Eizenstat, who had replaced Ross as chairman when he stepped down from the position to join the Obama administration.

Ross rejoined the Washington Institute for Near East Policy after his departure from the White House. He is scheduled to arrive in Israel on Tuesday to speak at a closed JPPI event on the topic of expected regional developments in 2012.

The Jewish People Policy Institute is a professional and independent think tank.

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