August 22, 2014

Stop 'Managing' Mideast Crisis and End It

Gershom Gorenberg, The American Prospect

The Associated Press

Netanyahu appears to truly not believe that a negotiated agreement can end a conflict with a dedicated opponent, but there's really no other way.

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TAGGED: Palestinians, Palestine, Hamas, Gaza, Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, Middle East

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