A fresh perspective: Effective diplomacy

Instead of doing what someone with Israel’s interest at heart should be doing, and blaming Abbas’s refusal to recognize Israel as the main reason for the lack of peace, Livni blames Bennett.

February 27, 2014 13:27

Nafatali Bennett and Tzipi Livni. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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Tzipi Livni has crossed the bridge separating those whose main concern is the success of Israel, from those whose primary concern is the establishment of a Palestinian state.

In 2006, Aharon Abromovitch was approached by then-newly appointed foreign minister Livni to become director- general of her ministry. The two already knew each other, as Livni was previously justice minister with him as her director-general.


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