In a world of tumult and upheaval, no conflict demands urgent action to protect strategic interests and address humanitarian disaster more than the ongoing tragedy in Syria. As the carnage mounts, a rising chorus of concerned leaders and institutions has implored Washington to lead international action; the U.S. Holocaust...
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Ambassador Ross sets the context for understanding where we are in the peace process, how we got there, and what we might do from this point on.
There is no guarantee that a peace deal will be reached within the current timeline, but a Palestinian return to armed struggle would be a far greater political, economic, and humanitarian disaster than any short-term frustration with the negotiations.
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The impossible is indeed achievable. Middle East negotiators can adjust Israel's borders to include the large majority of West Bank settlers and still meet Palestinian Authority territorial demands. This proposition -- stemming from principles the two parties have repeatedly expressed as well as current realities on the ground --...
Dr. Pollock addresses various facets of the latest peace talks during testimony before the French legislature.