Lancaster, Pat
August 2013
Middle East;Aug/Sep2013, Issue 446, p9
The author comments on the attempt of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to bring Israelis and Palestinians together to continue the peace talks. The author mentions that the effort of Kerry resulted to mix reactions, wherein some individuals believed that the effort is worthy of pursuit while others are pessimistic of the results. Moreover, he said that some Israeli politicians undermine the efforts of Kerry.


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