Kerry's improbable peace process lacks Israeli and Palestinian buy-in
The secretary of state's energies would be better directed toward a more modest diplomacy that doesn't promise the unlikely - full-scale peace.
A Washington tenet of Middle East peace negotiating is that the United States cannot want peace more than the parties themselves. If Israel and its Arab neighbors are not serious in pushing forward with diplomacy, no amount of U.S. cajoling can achieve a lasting agreement between them. Even a fleeting glance toward the current state of the Middle East leaves many in Washington wondering why, then, has...
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