November 12, 2012
Tom Friedman's New York Times column this Sunday discusses the U.S.-Israel relationship, and suggests, in short, that the U.S. should be paying less attention to the situation, and that would be better for all involved. He explains that, in fact, American politics is focused elsewhere right now, and he writes:
Of course, no one here will tell you that. To the contrary, there will surely be a new secretary of state visiting you next year with the umpteenth road map for “confidence-building measures” between Israelis and Palestinians. He or she may even tell you that “this is the year of decision.” Be careful. We’ve been there before. If you Google “Year of decision in the Middle East,” you’ll get more than 100,000,000 links.
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