Kerry Stands a Chance with Israelis and Palestinians

Makovsky, David
January 2013
Washington Institute for Near East Policy: PolicyWatch;2013, p1
The article focuses on the potential of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to exceed expectations regarding the prospects of relaunching Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations. It states that Kerry took separate meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. It says that Kerry has pursued the peace negotiations in fears that an outbreak of violence would have explosive resonance in the region.


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