New! on Rosner's Domain

Israel Factor: Richardson best special peace envoy candidate, Rice worst.

October 30, 2008 17:32
New! on Rosner's Domain

Bill Richardson 224 ap. (photo credit: AP [file])


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Editor's Note: is proud to present Rosner's Domain by Shmuel Rosner, a welcome addition to our site. Rosner is one of the most important Jewish bloggers in the world. (His two most recent posts will always appear on the upper left-hand side of our homepage.) Enjoy! I've just received the responses for the last survey of The Israel Factor - a project in which a group of eight Israeli professors and former officials was following the US election and ranking the candidates and their positions. After more than two years since we started the Factor, this will be the last survey before the election, and it included many questions that I will post in the coming days. This first post is dedicated to the question: who'd be a good choice for "special envoy" to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. The panel got and ranked a list of names - not all of them are actually candidates to occupy this position. Bottom line: The panel thinks that Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico is a candidate worthy of serving as such "special envoy". Click here to read the post in full >>>

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