July 29, 2014
When Middle East Conflicts Become One
David Brooks, New York Times
The Associated Press
It’s amazing how much of the discussion of the Gaza war is based on the supposition that it is still 1979. It’s based on the supposition that the Israeli-Palestinian dispute is a self-contained struggle being run by the two parties most directly involved. It’s based on the supposition that the horror could be ended if only deft negotiators could achieve a “breakthrough” and a path toward a two-state agreement.
TAGGED: Iran, Palestine, Israel, Hamas, Gaza, Egypt, Middle East