July 4, 2014

Indyk: Bibi and Abbas Loathe Each Other

Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic

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In his first interview since stepping down as Mideast envoy, Martin Indyk charts the 20-year breakdown of the peace process.

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TAGGED: Martin Indyk, Mahmoud Abbas, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Palestine

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