Yossi Beilin

former Israeli Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister

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Former Israeli Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, he served in the Knesset for more than a decade as a member of the Labor Party; President of Beilink, an international business consulting firm

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Secretary of State Clinton today formally opened the first direct talks in almost two years between Israel and the West Bank Palestinians.

Another President, Another Try for Middle East Peace

Secretary of State Clinton today formally opened the first direct talks in almost two years between Israel and the West Bank Palestinians.

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Secretary of State Clinton today formally opened the first direct talks in almost two years between Israel and the West Bank Palestinians.

Another President, Another Try for Middle East Peace

Secretary of State Clinton today formally opened the first direct talks in almost two years between Israel and the West Bank Palestinians.

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