and the parties just have to sign a contract and then they will be bound to do what they commit to. But when there's no court to enforce it, a contract is just a slip of paper that nations will or will not abide by based on politics and public opinion. Netenyahu is not wrong to look beyond an agreement to the politics and public opinion that would support it. If it's not there, the words on the agreement are poetry.
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