8 January 2001
The Political Scene
Somewhat late in the day, the Clinton administration decided to make one final push on the Palestinian track of the peace process over the holiday season by putting forward a set of American ideas on a final status agreement. These were eventually accepted with reservations by both the Palestinians and Israelis, although in the case of the Palestinians the reservations were rather more evident than the acceptance. In effect, that appeared to...
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