Why history needs a place at the negotiating table
Israeli and Palestinian leaders have been tragically successful at demonizing each other, often using history to do so. Peace-making requires just the opposite.
The negotiators of the revived peace process should be careful not to not make a clean sweep of history as they move forward. However, they will, in all likelihood, do just that. With the consent of the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority (for once, in agreement), the U.S. will carefully avoid pressing historical...
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