Middle east peace: after Annapolis

This report and linked reports by the BBC analyse the problems and opportunity for peace in the Middle East which the Bush administration has sponsored.  Unfortunately there remain fundamental differences which will impede progress, including the exclusion of important stakeholders in the process (such as Hamas) and the favourable bias that many feel the US exercises to Israel.  On a more positive note, the overall initiative underlies a desire for peace and a willingness to compromise on some issues.

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