Dan Senor, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle East Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, has been on the front lines of policy, politics, and business in the Middle East. As a senior foreign policy advisor to the U.S. Government, he was one of the longest-serving civilian officials in Iraq. He also served in Qatar, and has studied in Israel, where he today invests in a number of Israeli start-ups. In his business career, he has worked for global private equity firms the Carlyle Group and Rosemont Capital, which he co-founded.
Senor s analytical pieces are frequently published by The Wall Street Journal. In government and business, he has traveled extensively throughout the Arab world.
Saul Singer is the editorial page editor of The Jerusalem Post, for which he writes a weekly column, and the author of Confronting Jihad: Israel s Struggle and the World after 9/11. For 10 years, he served as a foreign policy advisor on Capitol Hill.