Shlomo Avineri

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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Professor of Political Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; former Director-General of Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1976-1977)

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Next week, the UN General Assembly may be asked to recognize a Palestinian state, with the potential for isolating both Israel and the United States.

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