Political commentators are debating whether Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was right to praise Israel’s decision to restrain — rather than end — settlement building in the West Bank. The State Department contends that the U.S. has not actually modified its policy stance.
Daljit Dhaliwal talks about the latest developments with Daniel Levy, co-director of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation. He says that many are waiting to see what — if anything — the U.S. has to offer in the way of a new U.S. proposal for the MidEast peace process.
Is the U.S. even-handed in dealing with Israel’s settlement policy?
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