May 3, 2010

Israel Believes it Has No Peace Partner

Shaul Arieli, Haaretz

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How serious Benjamin Netanyahu really is about resuming talks with the Palestinians will be reflected in the extent of his effort to reshape Israeli public opinion, where the concept "there is no partner" has been thoroughly assimilated, partly because of the prime minister's own utterances.

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