This week Anne-Marie Slaughter added her name to the growing list of thought leaders advocating for the Arc as a way to break the logjam in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
Slaughter, a former Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton and past Director of the State Department Policy Planning Staff writes in Project Syndicate,
"Anyone who spends nine minutes watching the video presentation of the Arc will see that its potential is nothing short of breathtaking."
Her essay makes the case wonderfully that the Arc can be used as an inspiring tool to focus the parties on economic justice and opportunity, and build upon the spirit of entrepreneurship that is alive, particularly among young people, on both sides of the fence.
And she offers a stark challenge to us all that this time might truly be our last chance to get peace right. The "justification if not now, never", she writes, "is almost certainly true."
Read the full piece here.