Frontlines Podcast: How Obama’s ‘tantrum’ will affect settlement policy

Deputy Managing Editor Tovah Lazaroff explains how Obama’s approach might affect Netanyahu’s attempt to build a coalition and Israel’s settlement policy.

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March 26, 2015 16:58

Frontlines Podcast: How Obama’s ‘tantrum’ will affect settlement policy

Frontlines Podcast: How Obama’s ‘tantrum’ will affect settlement policy

 
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US President Barack Obama has brushed aside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s attempts to walk back pre-election comments ruling out a two-state solution and promising to build settlements. 


Deputy Managing Editor Tovah Lazaroff explains how Obama’s approach, which the Wall Street Journal called “a tantrum,” might affect Netanyahu’s attempt to build a coalition and Israel’s settlement policy. 


She also discusses whether good news from the UN Human Rights Council and Amnesty International signal a turning point for Israel’s bad rap.

 
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