November 8, 2012

Time for a Bibi-Obama Reset

Herb Keinon, Jerusalem Post

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When US President Barack Obama wakes up Thursday morning and starts thinking about his second term and the legacy he realistically hopes to leave, it is doubtful securing a comprehensive Middle East peace will be high on his list. Not because he does not want to go down as the US president to have secured that elusive goal, but rather because of a realization that it is beyond his grasp.

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