President Obama's Position on the Peace Process
WMAL 630: The Chris Plante Show
May 25, 2011
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In the wake of President Obama's speech calling on Israel to accept the 1967 lines with land swaps as a starting point for negotiating with Palestinians, the Chris Plante Show asks what President Obama's position on the peace process should be. Brodsky discusses how the White House's missteps in the Palestinian-Israeli peace process is distracting from more pressing regional problems such as Iran and Syria. He explains how President Obama has "hijacked his own foreign policy."
Related Topics: Arab-Israeli Negotiations
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