Road map to a dead end

Max Abrahms has a column in the Los Angeles Times whose principal virtue is concisely stating the implausibility of the scenario of a “road map” to peace: “Road map torn by ambiguity.” Abrahms opens his piece as follows: “There is something intellectually dishonest about a ‘peace process’ that tacitly promises mutually exclusive demands to the Israelis and Palestinians by papering over their differences until they inevitably collide.” What is the answer to this pointed observation?

Responses