January 19, 2014

Reason for Optimism on Arab-Israeli Peace

Michael Cohen, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Never before have the historical forces been so well-aligned for the achievement of a final deal. But, of course, we're not there yet.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Palestinians, Palestine, Israel

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