Abbas Caught Between Israel's Intransigence and 'Stabbing Intifada'

Cohen, Michael A.
October 2015
World Politics Review (19446284);10/21/2015, p1
The article focuses on the ongoing political conflicts between Israel and Palestine which has caused because of government of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who declined to involve Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as peace partner. The peace treaty was focused on preventing terrorism in the country and for promoting security cooperation.


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