November 5, 2012

Palestinians at the UN, Again

New York Times, New York Times

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With peace negotiations at an impasse since 2008 and unlikely to resume any time soon, the Palestinians have only one diplomatic card left — their status at the United Nations — and once again they are trying to play it.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Palestine, Israel, Palestinians

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