Obama to Netanyahu: US Won't Be Able to Defend Israel if Peace Talks Fail

March 2014
Israel Faxx;3/3/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 48W, p2
The article reports on a scheduled meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as of March 3, 2014. Topics discussed include Obama's intention to press Netanyahu to make decisions pertaining to a peace deal with Palestine, Obama's warning on the consequence of failed peace talks, and Netanyahu's stand on anticipated pressure from Obama during their meeting.


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