Analysis || Netanyahu's conduct in renewed peace talks: One step forward, three steps back
If the prime minister wants the Americans, Palestinians and most of all the Israeli public to take him seriously, he must leave his old tactics behind.
Not much has changed in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process since the American representative Martin Indyk dealt with the issue as a senior official in the Clinton administration in the 1990s. The issues under discussion are identical, the gaps remain as wide as they were and even most of the participants on the Israeli and Palestinian sides have remained on the playing field. But as...
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