November 17, 2010

Dealmaking Alone Won't Fix the Mideast

Washington Post, Washington Post

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Having largely created the impasse over settlements with pointless demands that Israel cease all building, President Obama will now pay dearly to take the issue off the table - using coin that should have been used to obtain needed Israeli concessions on the actual terms of Palestinian statehood.

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TAGGED: Settlements, Benjamin Netanyahu, Barack Obama, Palestine, Israel

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