Tag: peace

The Lieberman laxative is a bitter pill, meant for die-hard, old-style peace processors, which flushes away the Annapolis process, the Arab League initiative, Oslo residue and more.
The newfangled "shelf agreement" concept, which served as the basis for the Olmert government's negotiation with the Palestinians, was strategically illogical and tactically ill-considered. Israel must not again go this route.
It is simply not true that the repercussions of a breakdown in a bad peace process would be unimaginably worse than its continuation. Lessons for today's peace negotiators from the past.
David M. Weinberg is a think tank director, columnist and lobbyist who is a sharp critic of Israel’s detractors and of post-Zionist trends in Israel. Read more »
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