Nov. 8, 2010
Peace Talks Encounter New Stumbling Blocks
Could Israel's decision to resume building new settlements
derail peace talks with the Palestinians? Margaret Warner
looks at the state of the negotiations with Robert Danin
of the Council on Foreign Relations and Shibley Telhami
of the Brookings Institution.
Israel Resumption of Building Settlements Could Derail Peace
Sept. 27, 2010
Moratorium Expires: Will Mideast Peace Talks Last?
After Israel opted to allow its settlement-construction
moratorium to expire, Gwen Ifill gets two perspectives on
what's next for the renewed Middle East peace talks from
Ghaith al-Omari, a former adviser to President Abbas, and
David Makovsky of the Washington Institute for Near East
Settlement Moratorium's Expiration Stirs Uncertainty in
Mideast Peace Talks
Sept. 2, 2010
Signs of Progress in Middle East Peace Talks?
Judy Woodruff speaks with Daniel Levy, director of the Middle
East Task Force at the New America Foundation, and Hisham
Melhem, Washington bureau chief of Al-Arabiya, about what
progress was made Thursday at the start of renewed Middle
East peace talks.
Clinton Lauds Mideast Leaders as Peace Talks Begin Anew
Sept. 2, 2010
Appear on Road to Progress in Mideast Talks
The first direct peace talks in 20 months between Israelis
and Palestinians began Thursday, but two major hurdles have
arisen already, casting doubt on prospects for success.
And other challenges loom on the horizon, analysts tell