December 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);12/15/2010, Vol. 194 Issue 4998, p5
The article reports on the visit of U.S. Special Envoy for Middle East Peace, George Mitchell in Palestine. It mentions that Mitchell presented new ideas on the stalled peace process such as the U.S. government's move to abandon efforts to persuade Israel and reinstate a freeze on settlement activity. It notes that Washington is offering the Palestinians and Israelis negotiations that are neither direct nor indirect but are instead parallel.


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