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Matthew Duss (Foundation for Middle East Peace) and Yousef Munayyer (US Campaign for Palestinian Rights)

On Foreign Entanglements, Matt and Yousef discuss the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, which Yousef believes leave foundational problems unaddressed. Can the US serve as an effective broker? Yousef offers a cynical take on the negotiations, arguing that the process is set up to fail. They discuss the current Palestinian leadership’s problematic lack of legitimacy. Finally, if the talks do fail, what should the Palestinians do next?

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Foreign Entanglements | Aug 9, 2013 | Matthew Duss & Yousef Munayyer

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