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The Center for Middle East Peace & Economic Cooperation is an American non-profit organization that works to encourage a peaceful resolution to the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Center was established in 1989 by the late U.S. Congressman Wayne Owens (D-Utah) and then-Slim Fast Foods Chairman S. Daniel Abraham. The Center sponsors fact-finding missions to the region for Members of Congress, government officials, and private citizens to meet with Middle East leaders. During the 1990s its president was Stephen P. Cohen, the Middle East scholar.

In 2009, it was announced that U.S. Congressman Robert Wexler (D-Florida) would become president of the Center after resigning from the House of Representatives.

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