Given the encouragement by the U.S. and the developments reached with the previous Israeli government under the Kadima administration with President Abbas, in addition to other Quartet members' input, it's feasible to reach an agreement based on the core issues by the two years timeframe. FM Lieberman's views reflect that of others who remain pessimistic about substantial progress diplomatically, when security conditions are of utmost concern over relations with one's neighbours. But he doesn't get the correlation that success in diplomacy leads to a secure Israel and a less volatile neighbourhood. Remind me again why he became the foreign minister?
5 wounded Syrians rushed to northern Israeli hospital (Haaretz)
from the article: Netanyahu: Change in the air over Israel-Palestinian peace talks