Oslo: What went wrong?

Daniel Pipes engages in the kind of retrospective analysis that is a precondition to the formulation of intelligent policy: “Why Oslo’s hopes turned to dust.”
Pipes writes: “When intermittent Palestinian violence turned in September 2000 into all-out war, Israelis finally awoke from seven years of wishful thinking and acknowledged Oslo’s disastrous handiwork. But they have not yet figured with what to replace it. Likewise, the U.S. government, with the collapse of its Mahmoud Abbas gambit last week, finds its ‘road map’ diplomacy in disarray, and it now too needs new thinking.”


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