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Analysis / Opinion, Opinion

Peace Without Partners


Ami Ayalon, Orni Petruschka and Gilead Sher have all come to believe that a peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians cannot be achieved now. Citing a major lack of trust from both parties, making negotiations impossible, they argue that Israel needs a “radically new unilateral approach”. Saying it would help the peace process and be of benefit to all parties including the United States.

The New York Times, United States

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