Akiva is absolutely correct. As I write in my book, "The Truth About Camp David," the conscious decision by Clinton and Barak to levy blame against the Arabs following the collapse of Israeli-Syrian and Israeli-Palestinian negotiations continues to poison the way in which the Bush Administration approaches the present situation. Despite never believing a word Clinton had to say, Bush readily accepted the "No partner for peace" explanation, rather than studying the stronger possibility that it was just as much an Israeli and American failure.
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