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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.