John Kerry is advancing the show of extricating the US from the Middle East, this time by “exhausting all possibilities for peace.” This opens up some opportunities for the Palestinians that I explore in Souciant this week.
Posts Tagged ‘Catherine Ashton’
Posted in Palestine, tagged AIPAC, Asia, Barack Obama, Catherine Ashton, European Eminent Persons Group, European Union, Fatah, Habayit Hayehudi, Hamas, Iran, Israel, Israel Lobby, John Kerry, Likud, Mahmoud Abbas, Middle east, Palestine, Russia, Syria, United States on May 24, 2013 | 1 Comment »
Posted in Europe, tagged AIPAC, Anti-Semitism, Ariel Sharon, Avigdor Lieberman, Barack Obama, Catherine Ashton, CUFI, Czech Republic, Daniel Levy, E-1, EU, Europe, European Union, George W. Bush, Israel, Kadima, Labor Party, Mahmoud Abbas, Palestine, Peter beinart, The Holocaust, United Nations, World War II on December 14, 2012 | 1 Comment »
The United States may be easing up its customary pressure on Europe to go along with it in its blanket protection of Israel no matter how far Israel pushes the envelope. Early indications are that Europe just doesn’t need the pressure, they’re not going to pressure Israel anyway, despite the recent arrogant comments by both Bibi Netanyahu and Yvet Lieberman. But in the long term, maybe there’s a little more hope down the European road than the US one. I explore this in this week’s piece at Souciant.