Monthly Archives : April 2014

Michael Barone reviews The Israeli Solution in The Washington Examiner

  Time for an Israeli one-state solution in the Middle East?   Just about everyone in American politics agrees on one policy in the Middle East. And just about everyone in American politics is wrong, argues Caroline Glick.     That policy is a two-state solution to Israeli-Palestinian disputes. Two nations, Israel and a Palestinian state, would share the land between…

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A chance to move on

      On Monday, former prime minister Ehud Olmert’s career ended.   Earlier this month, former IDF chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. (ret.) Gabi Ashkenazi’s career ended.   And on Tuesday, the phony peace process ended.   In the lead-up to last year’s elections, the media and key political figures were yearning for Olmert’s return to politics.   In…

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