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Posted: Nov 25 2007, 06:01 PM
Member No.: 378
Joined: 20-October 06
As Israeli and Palestinian leaders head to Annapolis, Maryland, on Tuesday to mark the first official return to peace negotiations after seven years of paralysis, both sides are lowering expectations, given the hopeless history of Middle East peacemaking.
From the 1991 Madrid conference, through the 1994 Oslo peace accords, to the 2000 Camp David summit, the peace process has lurched from crisis to crisis while the Palestinian territory on which a state is to be created has shrunk, truncated by Jewish settlements.
Whole story at FinancialTimes.com