Peace Processing for the Middle East…

AS Tony Blair prepares for his Middle East envoy role, bringing all his experience of Peace Processing to bear on it, Tel Aviv University professor Carlo Strenger recalls one lesson he learned from ex-Alliance leader John Alderdice’s father. Strenger argues that Israel needs to start seeing Arab states as partners with a common interest in resolving the problem and start a process of talking. He also sees long-term external support as important, something else that typified our Peace Process.

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