In going to the United Nations to push for Palestinian statehood, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas essentially turned his back on the 1993 Oslo peace accord with Israel and U.S.-brokered Mideast peace negotiations.
His campaign was a loud and very public vote of no-confidence in the Obama administration’s Middle East policy.
Abbas’ insistence on bypassing…
Although the Obama Administration has proclaimed its intention to “pivot” toward Asia, Secretary of State John Kerry...…
President Obama’s car came to a halt in Israel yesterday, reportedly because it had been filled with the wrong kind of...…
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