[An agreement will not ber reached. There is only an imposed solution or Israeli unilateral action.]
Editor’s Notes: Look who’s (almost) talking
By DAVID HOROVITZ, JPOST
The dispute over the modalities of peace negotiations was only the first, and the least, of the problems
With Mahmoud Abbas now seeking Arab League approval for the launch of indirect “proximity” talks with Israel, we are belatedly back to where things stood on the eve of Vice President Joe Biden’s unhappy visit to Israel seven weeks ago.
Biden’s was a long-planned trip intended to reassure Israel about the Obama administration’s oft-stated “unbreakable, unshakable” commitment to Israel. But it was also timed to coincide with the scheduled launch of the indirect talks.