Israel's elder statesman Shimon Perez went to the White House this morning to prepare the ground for a meeting of two newly elected leaders. President Obama is focused on a "two-state solution" with the Palestinians, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to have other ideas. His supporters insist that Iran's nuclear threat is more important than peace talks. The US, Europe and Arab states contend they are inextricably linked. With Obama and Netanyahu scheduled to meet in just two weeks, the diplomatic maneuvering is hot and heavy. We hear a variety of opinions.
What's Next for the 'Two-State Solution?'
Ron Kampeas - Jewish Telegraphic Agency - @kampeas, Ori Nir - Americans for Peace Now - @OriNir_APN, Caroline Glick - former Assistant Foreign Policy Advisor, Benjamin Netanyahu, Nadim Rouhana - Professor of International Negotiation and Conflict Studies, Tufts University