February 10, 2014

Why Kerry's Strong-Arming Will Work

Aaron Magid, Haaretz

The Associated Press

Netanyahu and Abbas have not even met once during Kerry’s marathon peace planning – yet the forces pushing both leaders to accept will be stronger than those holding them back.

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TAGGED: Palestine, Israel, John Kerry

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