ISRAEL-PALESTINE PEACE TALKS: THE ENDGAME
04/07/2014 19:36 By NEVILLE TELLER
Stark reality seems to be dawning even on the persistent, canny John Kerry.
Prime Minister Netanyahu and PA President Abbas
Photo by: Jason Reed / Reuters
Who defined the art of successful politics as “keeping abreast of changing circumstances, and turning each change to your advantage”? They might have had John Kerry, US Secretary of State, in mind. No astuter politician is currently operating in the global arena. But even the wiliest operator can be overwhelmed by events and, with the end of April looming, an air of desperation has pervaded what might be called “the peace camp”.
Kerry’s brief from newly re-elected President Barack Obama, just starting his second term in January 2013, was to give high priority to achieving a final-status agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. Obama had had a first shot at this, back in 2010, and had indeed succeeded in bringing the two principals – Israel’s prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu, and the Palestinian Authority’s President Mahmoud Abbas – to the negotiating table. Optimism had been high, all the building blocks necessary to construct a full accord had been identified, and all the parties present pledged to have an agreement in place within a year.
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