Klein's perception problem arises from a view that Israeli foreign policy revolves around the Israeli/Palestinian problem. This is not a reasonable approach since the Israeli/Palestinian problem is nearly intractable and there are many other aspects of Israeli diplomacy and policy that should be taken into effect. Israel is in a significantly better place now than it was 30 years ago (economically, politically, diplomatically, militarily..). It is in a significantly better place than it was 10 years ago, which was the depth of despair achieved by the failed and hopeless peace negotiations and the inevitable outbreak of terrorism against Israel. Perhaps Klein should be forced to explain what he considers the negative consequences of Likud policy.
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