WATCH: Martin Indyk: Oslo Process Never Recovered From Rabin's Assassination

Clinton had even more drive to pursue peace after the Israeli prime minister died, former U.S. ambassador tells Haaretz.

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Martin Indyk at Haaretz' Israel Conference on Peace, November 12, 2015.
Martin Indyk at Haaretz' Israel Conference on Peace, November 12, 2015.Credit: David Bachar
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Martin Indyk told Haaretz on Thursday why he believes the Israeli-Palestinian peace process never recovered from the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. Speaking at Haaretz's Israel Conference on Peace, he also explained why he, nonetheless, remains hopeful that a solution to the conflict can be reached in our time.

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