June 4, 2011

Peace Process Meets the Arab Spring

Christopher Hill, Japan Times

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It is critical to respond to the Arab Spring with assistance that is commensurate to the movement's historical possibilities. The Obama administration's efforts in Egypt, as well as the G8's proposals for what needs to be done for the region as a whole, signals that international leaders understand that this is a defining moment.

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TAGGED: Israel, Middle East, Egypt, Obama administration, G8

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