Efraim Inbar

Director, Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies

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President Obama said renewing direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians might produce peace in a year.

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Just three months after President Obama took credit for renewing direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians, they're not talking at all.

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Just three months after President Obama took credit for renewing direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians, they're not talking at all.

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Barack Obama’s inaugural address was not an event witnessed by Americans alone. On his first day in office, President Obama has been calling leaders in the Middle East.

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