Why Can’t America Embrace Palestine?

Khaled Elgindy, formerly at the Brookings Institute and currently Senior Fellow and Director of the Program on Palestine and Palestinian-Israeli Affairs at the Middle East Institute, writes that America’s fundamental ambiguity over the Palestinian national cause has been an underlying and unappreciated factor in the failure of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations over the years, in his new book, Blind Spot – America & the Palestinians, From Balfour to Trump.

 


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1 comment on “Why Can’t America Embrace Palestine?

  1. M McLaughlin says:

    Why? Because of Zionist-embedded Protestantism.

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