In the middle of the 1990's, neo-cons issued PNAC (Project for the New American Century) statement of principles which simply was might makes right an use force to achieve objectives. The "Principles" were signed by Dick Cheney and a number of people later in the Bush administration. Also, in the 90's Americans R. Perle, D Feith and other people later found in or near the Bush administration issued a paper "A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm" to the Likud government. This document followed the PNAC position, advocating ending land for peace negotiations and forming alliances to force your positions. It called for area regime changes starting with Iraq. Both Israel and the US adopted the use force to achieve their objectives. Israel has not changed its policies. So Israel is not negotiating in good faith.
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from the article: Livni: Netanyahu wasted two years before talking with PA