November 27, 2012

Can 5 Leaders Make the Gaza Ceasefire Last?

Walter Pincus, Washington Post

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The diplomatic activities under the current Gaza cease-fire will test whether a quintet of leaders -- each with his own domestic critics -- can find a peaceful rather than a military solution to solve the Palestinian situation. The cease-fire language was direct but ambiguous

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TAGGED: Mahmoud Abbas, Barack Obama, United States, Benjamin Netanyahu, Mohamed Morsi, Middle East, Palestinians, Palestine, Ismail Haniyeh, Egypt, Hamas, Gaza, Israel

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