An opportunity for progress

Cooper, Madeline
May 2013
Jewish Advocate;5/17/2013, Vol. 204 Issue 20, p9
The author reflects on the role of the U.S. President Barack Obama in establishing the revised Arab Peace Initiative, which is a two-state resolution to resolve conflicts between Israel and the Arab nations.


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