Time to Abandon Stalled Peace Process?

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    But for some, the nonexistent peace talks — long suspended over conflicting Israeli and Palestinian demands and preconditions — underscore the notion that the time is now ripe for bolder actions beyond just tweaking the existing process, which dates back to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords.

    “By maintaining what everyone sees as a failed process, we will only increase the conviction that it is futile,” said Robert Malley, program director for Middle East and North Africa at the widely respected International Crisis Group. Malley, who was a special assistant to President Clinton on Arab-Israeli affairs, sees a “groundswell of voices that say we need to change strategy.”

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    That long-time Arafat's judophobic apologist and hamas-hizballah lover sees a lot of things, of course.
     
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    Tinmore, give us a list of each sides demands and we'll review them and give you an honest opinion. Time for BS has expired. Git 'er done.
     

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