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Shlomo Ben-Ami is the former Israeli foreign minister who came closest to devising a viable peace agreement between Israel and Palestine. A renowned historian of fascism, as well as a seasoned diplomat, Shlomo Ben-Ami has not only struggled – practically and daily – with the problems of war and peace; he is intellectually engaged with the historical currents and ideas that underlie armed conflict. He now serves as Vice President of the Toledo International Centre for Peace and is the author of Scars of War, Wounds of Peace: The Israeli-Arab Tragedy.