December 9, 2010

Why U.S. Ended Push for a Settlement Freeze

Ethan Bronner, New York Times

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It was a rare acknowledgment by the administration that the path it had chosen was failing and that another was needed. But it was also something else: an accusation against each side.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Barack Obama, West Bank, Palestine, Israel

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