September 28, 2012

Abbas, Netanyahu Go Separate Ways

Jonathan Marcus, BBC News

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It is perhaps one of the paradoxes of the past 18 months in the Middle East that as people protested and dictators toppled, so the region's longest-lasting conflict - that between Israel and the Palestinians - has largely disappeared from the headlines. What used to be termed "the peace process" has largely become moribund - a useless label as there is no peace process to describe.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas

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