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- Middle East : A geographical region in Asia that also contains small parts of Europe and Africa.
- State of Israel : Country established from the British Mandate of Palestine; declared independence in 1948.
- American Israel Public Affairs Committee : Describing itself as "America's Pro-Israel Lobby", one of the most powerful lobbying organizations in the United States.
- Washington Institute for Near East Policy : A think tank on the Middle East, founded with American Israel Public Affairs Committee sponsorship, although considered reasonably objective until the neoconservative push toward U.S. military intervention; still remained more fact-oriented than some more ideologically based groups
- U.S. Ambassador to Israel : Head of the U.S. Mission to Israel, currently James Cunningham, a Foreign Service Officer with the rank of Career Minister, has extensive experience in multilateral diplomacy, having been Consul General in Hong Kong, and Deputy and Acting U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
- Jeffrey Feltman : Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, United States Department of State, 2008-; a Foreign Service Officer who had been U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon (2004-2008), and with the Coalition Provisional Authority in 2004; Special Assistant on Peace Process to U.S. Ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk issues from the summer of 2000 to July 2001.
- Brookings Institution : Generally considered neutral in its overall output, a large think tank in Washington, D.C.
- George Mitchell : Obama administration special envoy to the Middle East; Member, International Crisis Group; successful mediator in Northern Ireland; retired U.S. Senator
- Iraqi National Congress : An Iraqi political party, originally in exile, headed by Ahmed Chalabi; does not have any current seats in the National Assembly
- The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy : A controversial book by two American academics, suggesting that the relationship between the United States and Israel is dysfunctional, but affected by a loose but politically powerful set of interest groups in both countries
- Washington Report on Middle East Affairs : Produced by the American Education Trust (AET), created retired Foreign Service Officers, it endorses United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, the "land for peace" proposal to solve the Israel-Palestine Conflict; it includes both Israeli and Palestinian views