With all due respect to Jerome Segal, I haven't heard of him until the day before yesterday when his article was published in Haaretz. His ideas concerning the road to peace (from this point) are similar to mine, although he should change his details somewhat in order to perfect the plan. (See my comments on his article, and my posts today.) If anybody knows that anything I said on Haaretz is also similar to Segal's, please let me know. It would give me some motivation to read his previous work. P.S. My field of professional interest is science, not political science. Scientists are trained in thinking things through, and will be able many times to work out solutions to problems that might be better than those offered in the field itself. I did such myself in other areas. It happened to me a good number of times already. So while I was delighted to see Segal getting close to my position, my feeling was: Let's move on to the next problem. Have a nice day, Segal immitator.
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from the article: The next political move