Paging Dale Carnegie

Bloomfield, Douglas M.
May 2011
Washington Jewish Week;5/26/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 21, p15
The author looks at the criticism expressed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu against U.S. President Barack Obama for proposing to consider the 1967 borders of Israel with land swaps to deal with peace talks on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He notes that the trust and confidence between U.S. and Israeli leaders does not exist. He cites that President Obama's policy on Palestine was stricter than Israel. He cites the president's view on the relations between the U.S. and Israel.


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