A Diplomatic Revolution In The Middle East?

Freedman, Robert O.
October 2013
Baltimore Jewish Times;10/11/2013, Vol. 334 Issue 6, p10
The author reflects on the possibility of a diplomatic revolution in the Middle East as a result of a rapid development of events between Israel and Palestinian. He states that serious negotiations are taking place between Israel and the Palestinian authority that could bring peace settlement for the countries. He mentions several obstacles in the path of the peace settlement such as right of return of Palestinian refugees.


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