November 20, 2010

Obama's Peace Process to Nowhere

E. Abrams & M. Singh, Foreign Policy

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The Obama administration's latest offer to Israel in its quixotic quest for a total construction freeze in West Bank settlements seems at first glance to be a sweetheart deal for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.

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TAGGED: Israel, Obama administration, Prime Minister, West Bank

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